1) закрытие, завершение, прекращение

school closure

military base closure

closure of a deal — оформление сделки

closure of debate — имеется в виду принятая в Конгрессе США специальная процедура голосования с целью прекратить так называемый филибастер - преднамеренное затягивание прений

2) соглашение

We need to come to closure on this issue before the summit.

3) облегчение, исцеление, итог, катарсис (новое, очень модное значение - см. vogue words, перевод которого зависит от контекста)

Only the recovery of the bodies of the victims of the crash would bring closure to their families.

One word was on everyone's lips at Sunday's memorial service for victims of the World Trade Center disaster — "closure".

This is not closure to me, it just opens a wound. I don't think I'll ever heal from this.

There was much questioning whether the trial would finally bring closure to the single darkest event in the history of Alabama ( — Многие задаются вопросом, сможет ли этот судебный процесс подвести черту под самым мрачным событием в истории Алабамы.

The English annotation is below. (English-Russian). 2003.

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  • Closure — may refer to: Closure (container) used to seal a bottle, jug, jar, can, or other container Closure (wine bottle), a stopper Closure (business), the process by which an organization ceases operations Closure (philosophy), a principle in… …   Wikipedia

  • closure — closure, social closure Identified in the writings of Max Weber , and more recently resurrected by the British sociologist Frank Parkin, the concept emerged as an alternative to Marxist theories of inequality and of how the latter is generated,… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • closure — clo‧sure [ˈkləʊʒə ǁ ˈkloʊʒər] noun [countable] the act of closing a factory, store, organization etc permanently: • The factory faces closure if no more money can be found. • The company s 50 high street stores are currently threatened with… …   Financial and business terms

  • Closure — Видеоаль …   Википедия

  • Closure — Clo sure (kl[=o] zh[ u]r; 135), n. [Of. closure, L. clausura, fr. clauedere to shut. See {Close}, v. t.] 1. The act of shutting; a closing; as, the closure of a chink. [1913 Webster] 2. That which closes or shuts; that by which separate parts are …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Closure EP — Closure Compilation album by Everclear Released November 2, 2004 …   Wikipedia

  • closure — late 14c., a barrier, a fence, from O.Fr. closure enclosure; that which encloses, fastening, hedge, wall, fence, also closture barrier, division; enclosure, hedge, fence, wall (12c., Mod.Fr. clôture), from L. clausura lock, fortress, a closing… …   Etymology dictionary

  • closure — [n1] conclusion cease, cessation, close, closing, desistance, end, ending, finish, stop, stoppage, termination; concept 119 Ant. beginning, introduction, opening, start closure [n2] plug, seal blockade, bolt, bung, cap, cork, fastener, latch, lid …   New thesaurus

  • closure — index cessation (termination), close (conclusion), cloture, conclusion (outcome), denouement, end …   Law dictionary

  • closure — ► NOUN 1) an act or process of closing. 2) a device that closes or seals. 3) (in a legislative assembly) a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote. ORIGIN Latin clausura, from claudere to close …   English terms dictionary

  • closure — [klō′zhər] n. [OFr < L clausura, a closing < pp. of claudere, to CLOSE2] 1. a closing or being closed 2. a finish; end; conclusion 3. the feeling that one s prolonged state of emotional distress over some traumatic experience or situation… …   English World dictionary


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