up-close

up-close

(ŭp′klōs′)
adj.
1. Being at very close range: provided up-close views of rare fish.
2. Exhibiting or providing detailed information or firsthand knowledge: an up-close analysis of the election.

up′ close′ adv.

up-close

adj
very close; in close range to
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