closure ( closures plural )
1 n-var The closure of a place such as a business or factory is the permanent ending of the work or activity there.
...the closure of the Ravenscraig steelworks..., Almost three in four clinics say they face closure by the end of the year.
2 n-count The closure of a road or border is the blocking of it in order to prevent people from using it.
usu with supp
3 n-uncount If someone achieves closure, they succeed in accepting something bad that has happened to them.
I asked McKeown if the reunion was meant to achieve closure.
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
1 cessation, closing, conclusion, end, finish, stoppage
2 bung, cap, lid, plug, seal, stopper
3 (in a deliberative assembly) cloture, guillotine
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