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Difference between Close to something and Close with something

close to something

1. situated near to smth.:

  • The area is a 70-hectare nature reserve lying close to the town.

2. nearly equal to smth.:

  • Visually the print is very close to the original painting in color, tone and texture.

close with somethingmean with one’s money, etc.:

  • “Was he in the habit of making you presents?” “Oh, no, sir; he was very close with his money, sir.”