Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Closing"

The meaning of "Closing" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does closing skill mean?
A: What is the context?
Q: What does the closing phrase "I remain at your disposal" what is this mean exactly?? mean?
A: It's a more formal way to say "I'm here for you" or "you can call on me if you need help".
Q: What does closing his robe back up mean?
A: que significa cerrando su bata de nuevo
Q: What does this is so fruatrating, i had one of the greatest closing argunents of all time, all about the big government rolling over the little guy mean?
A: It means he is frustrated because even though he gave the best closing arguments(the best explanation of the events) to defend his topic/choice
the other side was still chosen because he was just one man and they as the Government had more power so either won or allowed someone else to win.

That is how it reads to me.
Q: What does closing hub mean?
A: Hub is usually the center of activity or the point where activity revolves around. So, for example, you could have a transportation hub closing

Example sentences using "Closing"

Q: Please show me example sentences with closing down sale.
A: That store is going out of business, so they're having a closing down sale.

Synonyms of "Closing" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between he heard her closing the door and he heard her close the door and he heard her to close the door. ?
A: First two mean the same
Last one is wrong
Q: What is the difference between we will be closing in 10mins and we will close in 10mins ?
A: They basically mean the same. However the second sounds more forceful and final.
Q: What is the difference between He forgot closing the door and He forgot that he closed the door ?
A: The second one. The first one should be:
He forgot about closing the door.
Dropping "about" is Ok in a conversation, but not in a grammar book.

Translations of "Closing"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? closing formula
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? By closing your eyes, you can imagine anything you want.目を閉じれば何だって想像できる。
A: I would say "If you close your eyes, you can imagine anything!" but what you said is completely natural and correct.

Other questions about "Closing"

Q: The closing date is the 31st of January and there's only lease transfer left. Does this sound natural?
A: The closing date is the 31st of January and there's only the lease transfer remaining.

The closing date is the 31st of January and the lease transfer is the only thing left to do.

Q: would you mind closing the window Does this sound natural?
A: Its fine
Q: I forget to closing my room key! Does this sound natural?
A: I forget to lock the door of my room.
Q: He works there from 5pm to closing.

or

He works there from 5pm until closing. Does this sound natural?
A: 2nd one 😊
Q: When I would like to confirm the closing a issue at a meeting, Is that a natural expression below ?

"Is there any question?"

I have said this as same as "Do you have any question ?"
A: "Are there any questions?"
OR
"Do you have any questions?"

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