close out


close out

verb

Definition of CLOSE OUT

1
to bring (an event) to a natural or appropriate stopping point <the team closed out the season with major losses>
2
to prevent the participation, consideration, or inclusion of <don't assume an attitude that closes out any possibility of a compromise>
Antonyms admit, include
3
to stop the operations of <failing health forced the cardiologist to close out his practice>
Synonyms close (down), close out, shut
Near Antonyms build, expand
Antonyms open, start

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