Traducción de closure en español:


cierre, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkloʊʒər/ /ˈkləʊʒə/

Ver definición en español de cierre


  • 1

    • 1.1(of factory, hospital, road)

      cierre masculino
      • Snow storms and gale-force winds caused disruption across Greece yesterday, forcing road closures and shutting down ferry services.
      • They were assured that emergency services would be able to gain access to the village and areas beyond the road closures although their progress could be slowed by the work.
      • The Federation of Small Businesses said the road closures could cost businesses up to £10 million a day.
      • Many shopkeepers in the immediate area of the excavations and road closures feared their businesses were suffering as a result.
      • There were at least three road closures for maintenance today between here and Boston.
      • I do not agree with the closure of Frenches Road and think the process of building the relief road has been most unhelpful to residents and visitors.
      • Poor funding has contributed to incessant and sudden closures of institutions of higher learning, mostly induced by student unrest.
      • The closure of many health institutions in recent years has provided opportunities for Government, but they have not been taken.
      • A similar process occurred with the Richmond Report in the 1980s, which paved the way for the closure of mental health institutions.
      • He said there would be need to make up for the three weeks that had been lost following the premature closure of the institution.
      • There will be traffic diversions, contra-flow systems and some road closures during the course of the work.
      • Seven student organizations have called for nationwide protests along with the closure of educational institutions
      • Further exacerbating the situation, issues of staff and patient safety have led to further bed closures at some hospitals.
      • The city has struggled following a succession of high-profile business closures and job losses.
      • The mood of the meeting was melancholy, as the closure of the butter plant and grocery shop, were very much in the minds of those present.

    • 1.2(of debate)

      clausura femenino
      • to move the closure

  • 2

    cierre masculino
    • Sound decisions often come from the top, and the same can be said for dairy products fitted with protective caps, closures, lids or seals.
    • As with other dairy categories, closures and seals have received a second look in ice cream packages.
    • The intent of the design of the closure system was to seal the shafts to prevent leakage into the mine and preserve the current mine stability.
    • So worried are they that customers won't pay more than a fiver for wine with a screw cap that these closures now come in very baffling disguises.
    • With cords lacking safety closures, cover any unused outlets with electrical tape or with plastic caps to prevent the chance of a child making contact with the live circuit.
    • It features two invisible side front pockets with hidden zipper closures for holding life's necessities.
    • These usually use snaps or zippers as closures and come in varying sizes.
    • The front flap and pocket flaps have hook and loop fastener tape closures.
    • Both styles have a side gusset pocket, a large, main pocket with a zipper closure, a small inside pocket, a brass snap-in key swivel and a cell phone pocket.
    • If your jacket has a zipper closure, you may choose not to interface, unless the fabric feels stretchy.
    • The fabric at the closure of the zipper is nice and smooth and designed nicely at the top of the zipper so as to not irritate the chin.
    • In a centered closure, the zipper is concealed by two flaps of cloth running along either side.
  • 3

    (emotional healing)
    sanación emocional femenino
    cierre emocional femenino
    • It's gutsy for the author to withhold the emotional satisfaction of closure in a drama fueled by such a fraught subject.
    • In addition, many of the plots are left unresolved, leaving the reader with a sense of loss or lack of closure - mirroring the experience many people during this time must have had.
    • This oversimplification feels sloppy, and even if it does provide greater emotional closure, it reduces the ambiguity of the film's final shot.
    • Well, I think you have to work toward emotional closure.
    • With the news of the birth of their healthy baby came a sense of closure to an intensely emotional case.
    • The goal that I want you to strive for is what I call emotional closure.
    • Whether his surviving victims will, in fact, experience such closure is a question that only they can answer.
    • Divorce counseling is concerned with helping the couple gain some sense of closure regarding their relationship.
    • Helping them share their perceptions and create a more accurate picture can facilitate healing and closure.
    • But now that I've seen the film about four times, it really brings a sense of closure to that whole experience.
    • There is hope in finding happiness and obtaining closure.
    • I know that musicians leave pieces unresolved specifically to create tension but to do it with a three-minute pop song causes me to have a permanent feeling of lack of closure.