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up-close

[uhp-klohs] /ˈʌpˈkloʊs/
adjective, adverb
1.
at very close range.
2.
in great detail.
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  • For sheer, high-detailed beauty, nothing beats an up-close view.
  • They wanted to feel the turf under their feet, to steal an up-close glimpse of the players, to place a hand on a sweaty jersey.
  • River-level views from below the falls are a good way to experience their power up-close.
  • Dolphins and gannets blast through a shimmering, pulsing vortex of fish in these up-close glimpses of an underwater buffet.
  • The park provides outdoor recreation that helps you get up-close-and-personal with the area's flora and fauna.
  • Being a trainer for a day means getting an up-close look at a number of crocodilians.
  • Experience first hand the lush swamp forest and get up-close and personal with the wide variety of wildlife.

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