Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом lose. Страница три

Фразеологизмы со словом lose. Страница три

Closely joined together by ties of love, friendship, or common interest; close.
The Joneses are a close-knit family.
The three boys are always together. They form a very close-knit group.
A photograph, motion picture, or video camera shot taken at very close range.
Directors of movies frequently show close-ups of the main characters.
closed book
A secret; something not known or understood.
The man's early life is a closed book.
For Mary, science is a closed book.
The history of the town is a closed book.
closed shop
A plant or factory that employs only union workers.
Our firm has been fighting the closed shop policy for many years now.
A profession or line of work dominated by followers of a certain mode of thinking and behaving that does not tolerate differing views or ideas.
Certain groups of psychologists, historians, and linguists often behave with a closed-shop mentality.
Away from the public; in private or in secret; limited to a few.
The officers of the club held a closed-door meeting.
The committee decided on a closed-door rule for the investigation.
draw to a close
To finish; terminate; come to an end.
The meeting drew to a close around midnight.
finders keepers
finders keepers, losers weepers
Those who find lost things can keep them. Used usually by children to claim the right to keep something they have found.
I don't have to give it back; it's finders keepers.
Finders keepers, losers weepers! It's my knife now!
keep tab on
keep tabs on
keep a close check on
To keep a record of.
The government tries to keep tabs on all the animals in the park.
To keep a watch on; check.
The house mother kept tabs on the girls to be sure they were clean and neat.