Close Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Close V1 V2 V3

Close Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Close V1 V2 V3



  • In a position so as to be very near to someone or something; with very little space between.(adverb)
  • A short distance away or apart in space or time.(adjective)
  • Denoting a family member who is part of a person’s immediate family, typically a parent or sibling.(adjective)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

near, adjacent, in close proximity, close at hand, near at hand, immediate, direct, near, careful, detailed, thorough, minute, painstaking, meticulous, assiduous, diligent, rigorous, scrupulous, conscientious, attentive, focused, intent, concentrated, searching, methodical, humid, muggy, stuffy, airless, fuggy, heavy, sticky, steamy, clammy, sultry, oppressive, stifling, suffocating, like a Turkish bath, like a sauna,

Example Sentences with close
  • The heart of another is a dark forest, always, no matter how close it has been to one’s own.
  • You need to keep people close. You need to give them access to your heart.
  • Please close the door.
  • Samuel closed his mouth.
  • The school neither opens nor closes.
  • Is that pink thick closed spiral notebook yours or mine?
  • My cat will run out, can you please close the door?
  • May I close the window?
  • I had not going to the different restaurant until it was closed forever.
  • Are you sure you closed the windows?
  • The boy lay down on the bed and closed his eyes.
  • There is close relationship between supply and demand.
  • Could you please close the door?
  • After a moment, his eyes flutter closed.
  • Since there were no customers, we closed the shop early.
  • All the things you want from the target person should be written in a close paragraph.
  • Sell Yourself Throughout and then Close the Deal.
  • Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.
  • My mother leaned down for a closer look.
  • That was a close shave.
  • The sharpest minds often ruin their lives by overthinking the next step, while the dull win the race with eyes closed.