Meaning of CLOSURE in English

CLOSURE

/ ˈkləʊʒə(r); NAmE ˈkloʊ-/ noun

1.

[ C , U ] the situation when a factory, school, hospital, etc. shuts permanently :

factory closures

The hospital has been threatened with closure.

2.

[ C , U ] the temporary closing of a road or bridge

3.

[ U ] the feeling that a difficult or an unpleasant experience has come to an end or been dealt with in an acceptable way :

The conviction of their son's murderer helped to give them a sense of closure.

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WORD ORIGIN

late Middle English : from Old French , from late Latin clausura , from claus- closed, from the verb claudere .

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