more closely


more closely
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Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • closely — close|ly [ klousli ] adverb *** 1. ) in a way that is very similar to something or has an obvious or strong connection with it: The Northern Ireland economy is closely linked to that of the rest of the United Kingdom. closely resemble something:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • closely */*/*/ — UK [ˈkləʊslɪ] / US [ˈkloʊslɪ] adverb 1) a) in a way that involves careful attention to every detail Inspectors will examine the accounts very closely. b) in a very careful and strict way The movement of information across the border was closely… …   English dictionary

  • Closely related key — Circle of fifths showing major and minor keys. In music, a closely related key is one sharing many common tones with an original key, as opposed to a distantly related key (or close key and distant key ). In music harmony, such a key shares all,… …   Wikipedia

  • closely — close|ly W2S2 [ˈkləusli] adv 1.) very carefully ▪ The detective watched him closely , waiting for a reply. closely controlled/guarded/monitored etc ▪ Political activity is closely controlled. ▪ Details of the program are a closely guarded secret …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Closely Held Shares — The shares in a publicly traded company held by a small number of shareholders, who are either directly affiliated with the company or management, or are majority stakeholder. Closely held shares are not publicly traded in the same manner as… …   Investment dictionary

  • closely held — A corporation whose voting stock is owned by only a few shareholders. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * closely held ˌclosely ˈheld adjective [only before a noun] FINANCE in the US, a closely held company is one that does not have many… …   Financial and business terms

  • More cowbell — The Bruce Dickinson (Christopher Walken) delivering the iconic phrase more cowbell! More cowbell is an American pop culture catchphrase originally derived from an April 8, 2000, Saturday Night Live comedy sketch which fictionalized the recording… …   Wikipedia

  • more — [OE] The Indo European term for ‘more’ was *meis (it was formed from the same base as produced Latin magis ‘more’, source of Spanish mas ‘more’ and English master, and Latin magnus ‘large’, source of English magnitude). Its Germanic descendant… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • more — [OE] The Indo European term for ‘more’ was *meis (it was formed from the same base as produced Latin magis ‘more’, source of Spanish mas ‘more’ and English master, and Latin magnus ‘large’, source of English magnitude). Its Germanic descendant… …   Word origins

  • St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School — Infobox Education in Canada name= St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School motto= Praestantia Scholastica , Praestantia Religiosa, Praestantia Athletica streetaddress= 1045 Upper Paradise Road city= Hamilton province= Ontario postalcode= L9B 2N4 …   Wikipedia

  • St. Thomas More's Church (New York City) — The Roman Catholic Church of St. Thomas More (Formerly the Episcopal Chapel of the Beloved Disciple) General information Architectural style Gothic Revival arch …   Wikipedia

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