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1close–up

noun \ˈklōs-ˌəp\

: a photograph or movie picture taken very close to an object or person

Full Definition of CLOSE-UP

1
:  a photograph or movie shot taken at close range
2
:  an intimate view or examination of something

First Known Use of CLOSE-UP

1913

2close–up

adverb or adjective \ˌklōs-ˈəp\

Definition of CLOSE-UP

:  at close range

First Known Use of CLOSE-UP

1926

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