closing The closing part of an activity or period of time is the final part of it. adj ADJ n He entered RAF service in the closing stages of the war... →
closing price ( closing prices plural ) On the stock exchange, the closing price of a share is its price at the end of a day's business. (BUSINESS) n-count
The price is slightly above yesterday's closing price.
closing time ( closing times plural ) Closing time is the time when something such as a shop, library, or pub closes and people have to leave. n-var
We were in the pub until closing time.
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