closed

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closed(
klozd
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (shut)
a. cerrado
If the door is closed, knock before going in.Si la puerta está cerrada, llama antes de entrar.
The side lanes are going to be closed all month.Los laterales van a estar cerrados todo el mes.
2. (not operating)
a. cerrado
All the shops were closed after 5 pm.Todas las tiendas estaban cerradas después de las 5 de la tarde.
3.
A phrase used as a figure of speech or a word that is symbolic in meaning; metaphorical (e.g. carrot, bean).
(figurative)
(blocked off)
a. cerrado
A phrase used as a figure of speech or a word that is symbolic in meaning; metaphorical (e.g. carrot, bean).
(figurative)
People with closed minds never like new ideas.A la gente de mente cerrada no le gustan las ideas nuevas.
4. (concluded)
a. cerrado
There will be no further debate. The matter is closed.No habrá más debate. El asunto está cerrado.
5. (geometry)
a. cerrado
A circle is a closed figure.Un círculo es una figura cerrada.
6. (restricted)
a. a puerta cerrada
Discussion of personnel matters is held in a closed session.Los asuntos del personal se discuten en una sesión a puerta cerrada.
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closed
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. cerrado(a)
closed circuit televisioncircuito cerrado de televisión
behind closed doorsa puerta cerrada
2. (ind)
a.
closed shopcentro de trabajo que emplea exclusivamente a trabajadores sindicados
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closed [kləʊzd]
adjective
(gen) cerrado; a puerta cerrada
door, curtains, eyes, flower, shop, community [+hearing, meeting]
her eyes were closed tenía los ojos cerrados
he had a fairly closed circle of friends
sociology is a closed book to me la sociología es un misterio para mí
the case is closed (Jur) el caso está cerrado
behind closed doors a puerta cerrada
to have a closed mind ser de miras estrechas; ser de mente cerrada
it's closed on Sundays los domingos está cerrado; cierra los domingos
the road is closed to traffic la carretera está cerrada al tráfico
the door was closed to us para nosotros las puertas estaban cerradas
Japan's doors have remained closed to foreign rice So many American doors were still closed to black performers When the Federal Open Market Committee meets this week, the doors will be closed to press and public.
modifier
closed primary (n) (US) (Pol) elección primaria reservada a los miembros de un partido
closed season (n) (Hunting) (Fishing) veda (f); (Ftbl) (Rugby) temporada (f) de descanso de la liga de fútbol; (de la liga de fútbol)
...a free transfer from Arsenal in the close season The former international joined Hibs from Dundee during the closed season
closed session (n) (Jur) sesión (f) a puerta cerrada
in closed session en sesión a puerta cerrada
The parliament chose to meet in closed session The discussions have been held in closed session
closed shop (n) (Ind) empresa con todo el personal afiliado obligatoriamente a un solo sindicato
closed shop [policy]
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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