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    #1

    closer in meaning

    Hi,

    Are these correct?
    "It is close in meaning."
    "It is closer/more close in meaning."

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    Re: closer in meaning

    "It's close..." and "It's closer..." are both correct depending on the context in which you want to use them.

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