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close +‎ 接尾辞 "-ly"


  • IPA(?): /ˈkləʊsliː/
  • (ファイル)


closely (比較級 more closely, 最上級 most closely)

  1. 密接に。
  2. 厳密に。綿密に。しっかりと。詳細に。
    • 1921年, G. H. Hardy, "A Course of Pure Mathematics"[1]
      Let us consider more closely the equation x2 = 2.
      x2 = 2 という方程式をもっと綿密に考えてみよう。
  3. 類似の程度が)とてもかなり
    • 1922年, Fred H. Colvin and A. Juthe, "The Working of Steel"[2]
      Compression tests are seldom made, since the action of metal in compression and in tension is closely allied, and the designer is usually satisfied with the latter.
  4. (距離が)密接に。近くで。ぴったりと。ぎっしりと。びっしりと。
    • 1948年, Ruth Stiles Gannett. "My Father's Dragon"[3]
      Sometimes the trees were clumped so closely together that he couldn't squeeze between them and had to walk a long way around.
    • 2020年. Bryan Lynn. "New Spacecraft Seeks to Capture First Pictures of the Sun’s Poles"[4]
      A new space mission is seeking to study the sun more closely than ever before.


  1. Fred H. Colvin and A. Juthe "A Course of Pure Mathematics". Third Edition. Cambridge University Press. London. 1921. (Project Gutenberg. Release Date: February 5, 2012. Most recently updated: August 6, 2021.
  2. Fred H. Colvin and A. Juthe "The Working of Steel". Second ed. McGraw-Hill Book Company. New York. 1922. (Project Gutenberg. January 4, 2007.
  3. Ruth Stiles Gannett. "My Father's Dragon". 1948. Random House. (Project Gutenberg. September 18, 2009.
  4. Bryan Lynn. February 10, 2020 . "New Spacecraft Seeks to Capture First Pictures of the Sun’s Poles" VOA Learning English. 2020年4月10日参照