close with

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close with (someone or something)

1. verb To conclude something, usually an event or performance, with someone or something. For the talent show, let's close with a choir performance.
2. adjective Having a very friendly relationship with someone. I was very close with Patty when we were kids, but I haven't talked to her in years. I know he's gotten pretty close with one of his colleagues. They hang out all the time after work.
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close with someone or something

to end a performance with a particular act or event. The show is almost over and we will close with Sarah Miles, who will announce her own song title. The evening closed with a magic act.
See also: close
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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