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Meanings of "cerrarse" in English Spanish Dictionary : 38 result(s)

Spanish English
Common
cerrarse [v] close
cerrarse [v] seal
General
cerrarse [v] close up
cerrarse [v] do up
cerrarse [v] shut
cerrarse [v] cloud over
cerrarse [v] end
cerrarse [v] close up
cerrarse [v] close ranks
cerrarse [v] close in
cerrarse [v] remain of fixed opinion
cerrarse [v] become cicatrized
cerrarse [v] stand firm
cerrarse [v] heal up
cerrarse [v] be shut/locked up
cerrarse [v] grow cloudy and overcast
cerrarse [v] stand firm
cerrarse [v] crowd together
cerrarse [v] close one's mind
cerrarse [v] droop
cerrarse [v] close in
cerrarse [v] unite
cerrarse [v] (a flower) close up
cerrarse [v] be stopped up
cerrarse [v] thicken
Phrasals
cerrarse [v] break up
Business
cerrarse [v] close down
Engineering
cerrarse [v] seal in
cerrarse [v] turn on
cerrarse [v] lock
Geology
cerrarse [v] thin
Construction
cerrarse [v] lock up
cerrarse [v] lock
Technical
cerrarse [v] turn on
cerrarse [v] cut in
cerrarse [v] fold
cerrarse [v] clamp down
cerrarse [v] seal in

Meanings of "cerrarse" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 30 result(s)

Spanish English
General
cerrarse (pestillo/cerrojo) [v] become bolted (door)
cerrarse (una herida) [v] (wound) to close
cerrarse de golpe [v] slam
cerrarse con candado (con el candado) [v] lock
cerrarse con llave (con llave) [v] lock
cerrarse el acuerdo [v] close the deal
cerrarse el cielo [v] become overcast
cerrarse en banda [v] be stonewalled
cerrarse (un monte) [v] bush
cerrarse (el cielo) [v] gather
Colloquial
cerrarse la cremallera [v] zip up
Phrasals
cerrarse con [v] end with
Idioms
cerrarse en banda [v] remain firm
cerrarse en banda [v] nail one's colours to the mast
cerrarse en banda [v] hold one's ground
cerrarse en banda [v] dig in one's heels
cerrarse en banda [v] stand up or offer resistance to
cerrarse en banda [v] unite
cerrarse en banda [v] stand firm
cerrarse en banda [v] refuse to change a decision or position
cerrarse en banda [v] work together
cerrarse en hacer algo [v] insist on doing something
cerrarse a llover [loc/v] CR DO disused rur. begin to rain
cerrarse a llover [loc/v] CU begin to rain
cerrarse de negro [loc/v] PA PR dress in full mourning attire
cerrarse el cuadro [loc/v] CU become difficult (situation)
cerrarse las puertas cut one's throat
Technical
cerrarse bruscamente [v] clap
Archaic
cerrarse ruidosamente [v] clap
Basketball
cerrarse sobre poste alto digging