Definition of 'close up'
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Example sentences containing 'close up'
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Bars remain open until four in the morning, but most churches close up shop by six or seven. TIME TO MURDER AND CREATE (1976)
In close-up, he learned, a squirrel looks a lot less cute than it does from a distance. AMERICAN GODS (2001)
Translations for 'close up'
British English: close-up NOUN
A close-up is a photograph or a picture in a film that shows a lot of detail because it is taken very near to the subject.
...a close-up of his face.
Definition of close up from the Collins English Dictionary
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