Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Closure"

Die Bedeutung von "Closure" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet "closure" in this context??
A: Resolution. Those lyrics look like a relationship that went bad and one person was hurt.

The person that got hurt eventually worked through the emotions and moved on. They no longer need the “closure” of the other person coming back to apologize for their actions.
Q: Was bedeutet This is closure.?

Closure – a very American concept which means something like, I used to be very worried or upset about something, but because I addressed my worries with certain people I don’t feel as bad any more.
Q: Was bedeutet Closure tab

The closure tab provides comfort and a perfect fit.

(This is an explanation for a golf glove)
A: the part of the gloves that allow you close it or open it
on a container, there is that part that lets you open and close the container. that can be called a tab
is what it looks like on a boxing glove
Q: Was bedeutet closure ?
A: It can also mean; when someone breaks up with you unexpectedly and you don't know why. You would need closure (to know why) to move on with your life (To get over it.)
Q: Was bedeutet to be not of art,and to delay closure-that closure being the co-opting of art by the institutions that define art as art and that have traditionally distributed it.?
A: um...without context this is kinda hard, but I'll give it a go.
In simplified English....
"to be outside of the definition of art and delay closure (were closure is defined as the use of art in a way other than the way the artist intended by the institutions that have traditionally defined what art is and have distributed it)

they are saying that some institutions have used art for their own purposes by defining what is art and distributing it, thus cementing what art may and may not be in the public's eye.

Beispielsätze die "Closure" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit closure .
A: Before she could move on emotionally, she needed some closure from her relationship.

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Closure" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen closure und finish ?

Finish = complete a task, an ending
“The finish of the race”
“I finished my homework”

Closure = emotional state of being able to accept the end of a situation.
“He could not move on to a new relationship because he didn’t have closure on his previous one”
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen closure und enclosure ?
A: an area surrounded by fences or walls or barrier is called enclosure
an enclosure for the horses
2:and closure means, the act of permanently closing a business, factory, etc.,
Many elderly people will be affected by the library closures.

Übersetzungen von "Closure"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? closure
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? closure and chef
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Andere Fragen zu "Closure"

Q: Emotionally wise, what does closure mean?

1. The conviction of their son's murderer helped to give them a sense of closure.

2. People who lose family members need closure, not false hope.

3. Seeing me and Jammy kissing yesterday doesn't mean that we are still into each other. It was just closure. Nothing more.

4. A: You and Rosa need to move on with your lives.
B: And how the hell can we do that, hun?
A: I don't know. Both of you should try figuring it out.

5. After the death of her husband, she had to move to London for closure.
A: Closure is a sense of emotional fulfilment that means something along the lines of: Something has happened that has allowed me to put an emotional "close" on this chapter in my life.

1. Here the conviction of their son's murderer is a thing that helps them move on emotionally from the event.

3. Getting closure in a relationship basically means something happened that allowed the person to emotionally detach from the love and feelings they had during the relationship and to move on to a new relationship

You get the gist
Q: What does "closure" mean when people talk about situations and relationships?
A: I don't fully trust online dictionaries and google with the Russian language, but I'll still paste a definition below anyway.

"the feeling that a sad or unpleasant experience has now finished so that you can think about and do other things
чувство, что грустный или неприятный эпизод в жизни завершился, и появилась способность думать о чем-то другом"

A woman breaks up with a man, and the man doesn't know why she ended the relationship, he thought everything was perfect. He has a difficult time forgetting about her and the relationship. Finding out the reason why she broke up with him would give him some closure, give him some peace, so that he may be able to stop thinking about the situation, and move on with his life. So it's kind of like, information that allows you to stop thinking about something, so that you could close that chapter of your life, like it were a book. Information that allows you to "end" or "close" part of your life.

In other situations, it can kind of be like.. There is a mystery, what happened to someone or something? Closure is getting the information that you need to consider a situation resolved in your mind, so that you can stop thinking about it

I can be terrible at explaining things, and I feel like I repeated myself in some ways, but I wanted to try and explain.
Q: I never got closure from my mother, and I’m not going to solve it. klingt das natürlich?
A: I never got closure from my mother, and I’m not going to solve it.

In English, “closure” isn’t something that you solve, it’s something that you “get”.
The first part of your sentence makes sense, but the second half seems disconnected.

A more natural way to express this idea would be:

“I never got closure from my mother, and I never will.”

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