I afk a league game only to find it close right away D:I posted a post and it didn't send out for some reason, imagine my pain D:
Monstrata wrote:Can you guys understand what closed means, and stop being annoying ?closed
"rooms with closed doors lined the hallway"
(of a business) having ceased trading, especially for a short period.
"he put the “Closed” sign up on the door"
(of a society or system) not communicating with or influenced by others; independent.
limited to certain people; not open or available to all.
"the UN Security Council met in closed session"
unwilling to accept new ideas.
"you're facing the situation with a closed mind"
(of a set) having the property that the result of a specified operation on any element of the set is itself a member of the set.
(of a set) containing all its limit points.
of or pertaining to a curve whose ends are joined.
past tense: closed; past participle: closed
move or cause to move so as to cover an opening.
"she jumped into the train just as the doors were closing"
synonyms: shut, pull (shut), push (shut), slam; More
block up (a hole or opening).
"glass doors close off the living room from the hall"
synonyms: block (up/off), stop up, plug, seal (up/off), shut up/off, cork, stopper, bung (up); More
antonyms: open, unblock
bring two parts of (something) together so as to block its opening or bring it into a folded state.
"Loretta closed her mouth"
gradually get nearer to someone or something.
"they plotted a large group of aircraft about 130 miles away and closing fast"
synonyms: catch up, close in, creep up, near, approach, gain on someone More
come into contact with (something) so as to encircle and hold it.
"my fist closed around the weapon"
synonyms: meet, join, connect; form a circle
"his arms closed around her"
make (an electric circuit) continuous.
"this will cause a relay to operate and close the circuit"
bring or come to an end.
"the members were thanked for attending, and the meeting was closed"
synonyms: end, conclude, finish, terminate, wind up, break off, halt, discontinue, dissolve; More
antonyms: open, begin
(of a business, organization, or institution) cease to be in operation or accessible to the public, either permanently or at the end of a working day or other period of time.
"the factory is to close with the loss of 150 jobs"
synonyms: shut down, close down, cease production, cease trading, go out of business, go bankrupt, go into receivership, go into liquidation; More
finish speaking or writing.
"we close with a point about truth"
bring (a business transaction) to a satisfactory conclusion.
"he closed a deal with a metal dealer"
synonyms: clinch, settle, secure, seal, confirm, establish; More
remove all the funds from (a bank account) and cease to use it.
make (a data file) inaccessible after use, so that it is securely stored until required again.
Middle English: from Old French clos-, stem of clore, from Latin claudere ‘to shut.’