closing definition

  • noun:
    • The end or conclusion: the finishing of a debate.
    • a gathering for doing a transaction, particularly one at which contracts tend to be signed moving ownership of real-estate.
    • the conclusion or conclusion of one thing
    • the last treatment in a house sale whenever papers are signed and taped.
    • the work of closing anything.
    • the final element of a communication.
    • cancellation of functions.
    • a concluding activity.
    • the last action in a commercial transaction, particularly the meeting between purchaser and vendor (and in some cases mortgagee), or their associates, in a transaction available of real estate for which all documents tend to be signed and all processes done to accomplish the purchase; -- called additionally property closing.
    • the past section of a communication
    • a concluding action
    • the act of shutting some thing
    • nearing a particular location; a coming closer; a narrowing of a gap
    • cancellation of functions
  • adjective:
    • Coming after all others.
    • last or finishing; terminal; ; the closing days of the year; the closing scene for the film; closing remarks. Opposite of opening.
    • final or finishing

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