enclosed


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en·close

(ĕn-klōz′) also in·close (ĭn-)
tr.v. en·closed, en·clos·ing, en·clos·es also in·closed or in·clos·ing or in·clos·es
1.
a. To surround on all sides; close in: a valley that is enclosed by rugged peaks.
b. To fence in so as to prevent common use: enclosed the pasture.
c. To build or equip with a roof and walls: enclosed the deck for winter use.
2. To contain, especially so as to envelop or shelter: "Every one of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own secret" (Charles Dickens).
3. To insert into the same envelope or package: enclose a check with the order.

[Middle English enclosen, from Old French enclos, past participle of enclore, from Latin inclūdere; see include.]
Synonyms: enclose, cage, fence, hem1, pen2, wall
These verbs mean to surround and confine within a limited area: cattle enclosed in feedlots; was caged in the office all afternoon; a garden fenced in by shrubbery; a battalion hemmed in by enemy troops; ships penned up in the harbor; prisoners who were walled in.

enclosed

(ɪnˈkləʊzd) or

inclosed

adj
1. completely surrounded by something, esp a wall or similar barrier
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) theol (of a religious community) not allowing its members to go into the outside world. See also enclosed order
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.enclosed - closed in or surrounded or included within; "an enclosed porch"; "an enclosed yard"; "the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling"
unenclosed - not closed in our surrounded or included; "an unenclosed porch"; "unenclosed common land"
Translations

enclosed

[ɪnˈkləʊzd] ADJ
1. (with letter) → adjunto
please find enclosedle enviamos adjunto or anexo
the enclosed letterla carta adjunta
2. [garden, land] → cercado, vallado

enclosed

[ɪnˈkləʊzd] adj
[garden, courtyard] → clôturé(e)
a fear of enclosed spaces → la peur des espaces clos
(RELIGION) [community, order] → cloîtré(e)

enclosed

adj
(= confined) space, areageschlossen; gardenabgeschlossen, eingefriedet (geh); watersvon Land umschlossen
(in letter, parcel) form, cheque, photo, detailsbeiliegend; enclosed with or in the letterdem Brief beigelegt; a phot was enclosed in the letterdem Brief lag ein Foto bei; please find enclosed a cheque for the sum of £25 (Brit) or a check for the sum of 25 dollars (US) → in der Anlage or beiliegend finden Sie einen Scheck über £ 25/25 dollars
(= separate, sheltered) existencebehütet; communitygeschlossen

enclosed

[ɪnˈkləʊzd] adj (garden, field) → recintato/a; (space) → chiuso/a; (in letter) → allegato/a

enclosed

a. pp. de to enclose, [in a letter] incluido-a, adjunto-a.
References in classic literature ?
The little girl with the rag doll found a place on the bottom step of an enclosed back stairway, and sat with her toes curled up, looking out at us expectantly.
Attached to this back-bone, for something less than a third of its length, was the mighty circular basket of ribs which once enclosed his vitals.
There was a law forbidding the use of buildings as lodginghouses unless they were licensed for the purpose, and provided with proper windows, stairways, and fire escapes; but here, in a "paint room," reached only by an enclosed "chute," a room without a single window and only one door, a hundred men were crowded upon mattresses on the floor.
Around the fountain ran a walk, paved with a mosaic of pebbles, laid in various fanciful patterns; and this, again, was surrounded by turf, smooth as green velvet, while a carriage-drive enclosed the whole.
As we stepped into the vast enclosed court of the castle I got a shock; for the first thing I saw was the stake, standing in the center, and near it the piled fagots and a monk.
Tom enclosed the tick in the percussion-cap box that had lately been the pinchbug's prison, and the boys separated, each feeling wealthier than before.
I had by this time crawled away under the side of the post and rail-fence by which the yard was enclosed, hoping to find relief by getting out of the sun.
I have the greatest pleasure, my dear Emma, in forwarding to you the enclosed.
With earliest day, I was up: I had my advertisement written, enclosed, and directed before the bell rang to rouse the school; it ran thus:-
In fact, it formed a little closet, and the ledge of a window, which it enclosed, served as a table.
Mary looked for it, and yet when she had entered the upper end of the garden she had noticed that the wall did not seem to end with the orchard but to extend beyond it as if it enclosed a place at the other side.
A short walk brought us - I mean the Master and me - to Salem House, which was enclosed with a high brick wall, and looked very dull.