[klohs] /kloʊs/

noun, Informal.
a narrow escape from serious danger or trouble:
We weren’t hit when the truck swerved at us, but it was a close shave.
(informal) a narrow escape

noun phrase

A very narrow avoidance or evasion of some danger; squeaker (1834+)
see: close call


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