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if a door, window, lid etc is closed, it is covering an open area, passage, or hole
fastened firmly, in a safe way
closed with a lid, cover etc so that nothing can get in or out
closed tightly together
not opened yet
not allowing air to enter or leave
fastened or closed completely
in a room or container which is fastened with a lock
used to describe something which is done more carefully and over a longer period of time …
said in a way that is intended to make someone feel stupid or bad
the practice of giving birth in the presence of several friends and relatives
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