close its doors

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close its doors

To stop doing business, as of a failed enterprise. If the largest factory in town does close its doors, most people will be financially ruined.
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close its doors

(of a business) close down or fail. euphemistic
See also: close, door
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ANOTHER Cardiff cafe is closing its doors after decades of serving breakfasts to the local community.
ANOTHER Coventry city centre shop is closing its doors at the end of this week.
AFTER more than 20 years of trading in North Yorkshire, Simply Dutch is closing its doors.
SHOCKWAVES RANG THROUGH THE SKATE INDUSTRY WHEN it was announced that Lance Mountain s The Firm was closing its doors after 15 earnest years, and that Bob, Lance, and Rodrigo TX were all now joining forces with the fearsome foreign Flip team to form a multi-generational, international juggernaut of a skateboard squad.
The Earlton Timiskaming Regional Airport may be closing its doors permanently.
I was sad to read that JAZZDANCE, Danny Buraczeski's wonderful company, is closing its doors [see "Transitions," April issue].
The collapsed Gadget Shop - which has a number of outlets in the West Midlands - is finally closing its doors after a potential rescue deal fell through.
The hotel will be closing its doors and staff have been informed.
Sadly, in March, Mothers & Others announced that it was closing its doors, citing "chronic fiscal problems.
Thanks to singer-actor Pat Briggs's theatrics, photos capturing the group's shock-rock fashion sense appeared everywhere, but the record promptly vanished, a disappearance naysayers could attribute to Briggs's sexual orientation but that more likely had to do with the record label's closing its doors.
Western brought an injunction seeking to enjoin Hess from closing its doors and prohibiting the sale to Lazarus.
Ballet Arizona, the only fully professional classical dance company in a state of nearly five million, spent September 15 to September 22 in jeopardy of closing its doors forever.