LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||30/OUT/2012 3:51 PM|
|Assunto:||up close with|
Shame on you, Fox Fox! You did not give context! LOL
He got up close with his camera.
He closely approached his subject with his camera.
Up Close with Diana Williams
The meaning would be "a close, personal., intimate investigation/interview with Diana Williams". It's a nice name for a TV show, but I cannot imagine using the construction in a conversation.
The phrase is possible, but I would not say it is common.
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