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    Hello, please tell me about this.

    When you say "in the close distance", does it mean "pretty close" or just "not so far"?

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    Default Re: "in the close distance"

    Both. It depends on the context. Distance is relative.

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    Default Re: "in the close distance"

    I see. Thank you, Casiopea!

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    You're welcome.

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    Default Re: "in the close distance"

    Simply close is, I think, better than close distance.

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