|summarizing, summing up, finishing, closing||concluding|
|(Slang) with a loud smacking sound; directly, squarely, be distinctively flavored, distinctive taste, express something indirectly, faint taste, slight hint; little bit, small amount; slap; opening and closing of the lips accompanied by a sharp sound; ...||smack|
|a year, closing period or period of inactivity, keep something somewhere in winter, of winter, of the season between autumn and spring, coldest season of the year (often characterized by coldness and rain or snow); period of dormancy or inactivity; spa...||winter|
|abridging, act of making shorter, summarizing; shortened form of something; reduction, curtailment, shortened version||abridgment|
|act of closing and fastening by means of a latch; loop by which a bonnet is attached to the foot of a sail (Nautical), locking||latching|
|act of closing off against entry or leakage||sealing|
|act of closing one eye; blinking of the eyes; innuendo or hint that is expressed by the wink of an eye; brief moment, second (like the wink of an eye); flashing or twinkling of a light; short nap, little sleep (Informal), brief closing of one eye, clos...||wink|
|act of closing; act of blocking; act of stopping activity; act of locking; confinement||shutting|
|act of ending a discussion with a vote; closure, close a discussion, end a discussion with a vote, close debate in Senate, closing of debate in Senate||cloture|
|act of making shorter, summarizing; shortened form of something; reduction||abridgement|
|act of summarizing, act of presenting material in a concise form; written work that lists the main points in a brief and comprehensive manner||summarization|
|act of summing, addition; sum, total; conclusion in which previous statements are reviewed and summarized, final argument in court, summary of something said||summation|
|adding (Mathematics); act of summarizing||summing|
|Advance-Decline, or measurement of the number of issues trading above their previous closing prices less the number trading below their previous closing prices over a particular period.||A-D|
|aim something carefully, allocate finishing position, area in town, area or portion of space, area where something happens, assign somebody, dwelling, finish second, have something accepted, job, locality, location, position; standing, position; role, ...||place|
|anticipated moment, appointed moment, apprenticeship period, certain interval, closing time, geologic division, historical period, instance, measure how long something takes, method of measuring intervals, military service, minute or hour, moment somet...||time|
|at end of stem, at the very end, causing death, device linked to computer, dying, either end of a passenger line; bus or train station; point of connection to a current (Electricity), electrical conductor, end part, extremity, closing, concluding, fina...||terminal|
|attainment; performance, implementation; operation, mission, earned social status, finishing well, full coat of arms, success||achievement|
|barring of access, being a closed set in mathematics, closing something, closing; conclusion of a debate with a vote, cloture, conclude a debate by a vote, contact between vocal organs producing sound, permanent end of business, sense of finality, some...||closure|
|biogenesis, palingenesis, recap, repeating evolutionary stages during embryonic period, repetition of themes, summarization, conclusion, act of summing up||recapitulation|
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