clos·ing noun \ˈklō-ziŋ\
: a situation or occurrence in which a business or organization shuts down and stops its operations
: the last part of a letter or speech
: a meeting in which the owners of a house formally give ownership of the house to other people
: a concluding part (as of a speech)
: a closable gap (as in an article of clothing)
: a meeting of parties to a real-estate deal for formally transferring title
Examples of CLOSING
- the closing of the local school
- We met with our lawyer before the closing on our new house.
First Known Use of CLOSING
Related to CLOSING
- capper, close, finale, conclusion, consummation, end, endgame, ending, finis, finish, grand finale, home stretch, mop-up, windup, wrap-up
- baseline, beginning, dawn, day one, nascence, nascency, opening, start
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