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an open space wholly or partly enclosed (as by buildings or walls) <a garden in a
close at the center of the complex> Synonyms close, courtyard, enclosure ...
not being distant in time, space, or significance <come over here and get a close-
up view of the painting> Synonyms close-up, immediate, near, nearby, ...
Synonyms and antonyms for close. 1. close (adj.) at or within a short distance in
space ... close in relevance or relationship. Synonyms: good,; cozy,; confidential ...
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