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open

  

      adj  
1    not closed or barred  
the door is open     
2    affording free passage, access, view, etc.; not blocked or obstructed  
the road is open for traffic     
3    not sealed, fastened, or wrapped  
an open package     
4    having the interior part accessible  
an open drawer     
5    extended, expanded, or unfolded  
an open newspaper, an open flower     
6    ready for business  
the shops are open     
7    able to be obtained; available  
the position advertised last week is no longer open     
8    unobstructed by buildings, trees, etc.  
open countryside     
9    free to all to join, enter, use, visit, etc.  
an open competition     
10    unengaged or unoccupied  
the doctor has an hour open for you to call     
11       See       open season  
12    not decided or finalized  
an open question     
13    ready to entertain new ideas; not biased or prejudiced  
an open mind     
14    unreserved or candid  
she was very open in her description     
15    liberal or generous  
an open hand     
16    extended or eager to receive (esp. in the phrase with open arms)  
17    exposed to view; blatant  
open disregard of the law     
18    liable or susceptible  
you will leave yourself open to attack if you speak     
19    (of climate or seasons) free from frost; mild  
20    free from navigational hazards, such as ice, sunken ships, etc.  
open water     
21      (U.S.)   without legal restrictions or enforceable regulations, esp. in relation to gambling, vice, etc.  
an open town     
22    without barriers to prevent absconding  
an open prison     
23    having large or numerous spacing or apertures  
open ranks     
24    full of small openings or gaps; porous  
an open texture     
25      (Printing)   (of type matter) generously leaded or widely spaced  
26      (Music)  
a    (of a violin or guitar string) not stopped with the finger  
b    (of a pipe, such as an organ pipe) not closed at either end  
c    (of a note) played on such a string or pipe  
27      (Commerce)  
a    in operation; active  
an open account     
b    unrestricted; unlimited  
open credit, open insurance cover     
28       See       open cheque  
29    (of a return ticket) not specifying a date for travel  
30      (Sport)  
a    (of a goal, court, etc.) unguarded or relatively unprotected  
the forward missed an open goal     
b    (of a stance, esp. in golf) characterized by the front of the body being turned forward  
31    (of a wound) exposed to the air  
32    (esp. of the large intestine) free from obstruction  
33    undefended and of no military significance  
an open city     
34      (Phonetics)  
a    denoting a vowel pronounced with the lips relatively wide apart  
b    denoting a syllable that does not end in a consonant, as in pa  
35      (Chess)   (of a file) having no pawns on it  
36      (Maths)   (of a set) containing points whose neighbourhood consists of other points of the same set  
points inside a circle are an open set     
37      (Computing)   (of software or a computer system) designed to an internationally agreed standard in order to allow communication between computers, irrespective of size, maufacturer, etc.  
      vb  
38    to move or cause to move from a closed or fastened position  
to open a window     
39    when intr, foll by: on or onto   to render, be, or become accessible or unobstructed  
to open a road, to open a parcel, the door opens into the hall     
40    intr   to come into or appear in view  
the lake opened before us     
41    tr   to puncture (a boil) so as to permit drainage  
42    to extend or unfold or cause to extend or unfold  
to open a newspaper     
43    to disclose or uncover or be disclosed or uncovered  
to open one's heart     
44    to cause (the mind) to become receptive or (of the mind) to become receptive  
45    to operate or cause to operate  
to open a shop     
46    when intr, sometimes foll by: out   to make or become less compact or dense in structure  
to open ranks     
47    to set or be set in action; start  
to open a discussion, to open the batting     
48    tr   to arrange for (a bank account, savings account, etc.) usually by making an initial deposit  
49    to turn to a specified point in (a book, magazine, etc.)  
open at page one     
50      (Law)   to make the opening statement in (a case before a court of law)  
51    intr     (Cards)   to bet, bid, or lead first on a hand  
      n  
52    often preceded by: the   any wide or unobstructed space or expanse, esp. of land or water  
53       See       open air  
54      (Sport)   a competition which anyone may enter  
55    bring (or come) into the open   to make (or become) evident or public,   (See also)        open up  
     (Old English; related to Old French open, epen, Old Saxon opan, Old High German offan)  
   openable             adj  
  openly      adv  
  openness      n  
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Consulte también:

operable, ovenable, open, opener

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