🌂 closed umbrella emoji

What does the 🌂 closed umbrella emoji mean?

The closed umbrella emoji typically depicts a compact, closed umbrella, usually shown with a black or dark colored canopy, and a curved or straight handle, depending on the design. The closed umbrella is often shown in a way that it can be opened, but it's not open in the current representation. This emoji is often used to represent an umbrella in general, or to indicate that it is not currently raining or there is no need for protection against the rain. It can also be used as a symbol of being prepared, or having a backup plan. Additionally, it could also be used in a metaphorical way to indicate the need for protection or shelter from a difficult or challenging situation or state, or to indicate the potential for bad weather.

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How closed umbrella looks on other platforms

  • Twitter
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  • Google
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  • Apple
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  • Microsoft
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  • Facebook
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  • Messenger
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  • Whatsapp
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  • Samsung
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  • Lg
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  • Htc
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  • Mozilla
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  • Softbank
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  • Docomo
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  • Openmoji
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Information about the 🌂 closed umbrella emoji

  • Full Name: 🌂 closed umbrella
  • Category: travel-places
  • How to type shortcode:
  • Unicode (fully qualified): U+1F302
  • Hex code point: 1F302

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