écrit le: 14 novembre 2011 par admin
close (verb transitive and intransitive) Close. Operate a closing device. Boucher an opening. Prevent the passage access. Be closed: the door does not close, the office is closed.
Place the keystone.
Consolidate, secure vault.
The arrest, the moor.
Shunting (the element with an opening) so as to render communication two spaces.
,, The closed after someone has entered or left, while entering or leaving “ (Acts).
The chatter suddenly before him.
The turn away.
Refuse to receive him, to hear it.
Refuse to pay attention.
Cease all activity.
,, The return to the stand where he is engaged “ (Acts).
,, We must take advantage, we must determine one way or another “ (Acts 1878-1932).
Maneuver (one component)
so as to fix the part to which it is subject.
so as to interrupt a flow.
Bringing one against the other moving parts (a set) whose distance form an opening.
Reduce the opening.
Establishing conductive connections to the current flow:
Same meaning as 2.
Lower eyelids of a person who has died.
The attend its last moments.
Make it stop.
Make it dark, hardened features.
Refuse to understand.
Refuse to hear.
Refusing to surrender to the obvious, what is proven, sure.
Refuse to see.
,, “ Die (Acts).
Do not sleep.
Inaccessible, preventing access to or exit.
Surrounded by a wall.
Prevent, for strength, defense, access to or exit.
Preventing access to.
Ban (the way) movements using the appropriate signal:
Deny access to a place.
House (bay, port) winds and waves.
Prevent his opponent from continuing the game by blocking.
Momentarily stop the activity.
(Do) to stop a case.
Stop (use) in a sustainable manner.
Interrupting its activity.
Interrupt, or by administrative fiat, so temporary or permanent activity.
Put a terminal, end.
Mark the limit.
Marked by a sign of clerical or typographical appropriate, the end of part of speech.
Ending a digression.
Stop in time to.
Be the last.
Return to its starting point:
That can be closed.
Action to close.