closture

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See also: clôture and clôturé

Old French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin clausūra (with the -t- possibly from influence from claustra or the suffix -tura), from Latin clausus.

Noun[edit]

closture f (oblique plural clostures, nominative singular closture, nominative plural clostures)

  1. enclosed area

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