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  1. open

    • IPA[ˈəʊp(ə)n]

    英式

    • adj.
      allowing access, passage, or a view through an empty space; not closed or blocked;(of a container) not fastened or sealed
    • v.
      move (a door or window) so as to leave a space allowing access and vision;(of a door or window) be moved to leave a space allowing access
    • n.
      outdoors or in the countryside;not subject to concealment; made public
    • verb: open, 3rd person present: opens, gerund or present participle: opening, past tense: opened, past participle: opened

    • noun: open, plural noun: Opens

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    動詞

    • 1. move (a door or window) so as to leave a space allowing access and vision she opened the door and went in Open up!’ he said 同義詞 unfasten, unlatch, unlock, unbolt, unbar, ... 更多反義詞 close, shut
    • (of a door or window) be moved to leave a space allowing access the door opened and a man came out
    • undo or remove the lid, cover, or fastening of (a container, package, letter, etc.) to get access to the contents he opened a bottle inexpertly, spilling some of the wine can we open the presents now? 同義詞 unwrap, undo, untie, unseal, uncork, ... 更多
    • part the lips or lids of (one's mouth or eye) she opened her mouth to argue
    • (of the mouth or eyes) have the lips or lids parted her eyes slowly opened
    • come apart; lose or lack its protective covering old wounds opened and I bled a little bit
    • cause evacuation of (the bowels).
    • 2. unfold or be unfolded; spread out the eagle opened its wings and circled up into the air the tail looks like a fan when it is opened out fully 同義詞 spread out, unfold, unfurl, unroll, straighten out, ... 更多反義詞 close, fold up
    • part the covers of (a book or file) to read it she opened her book at the prologue
    • (of a prospect) extend into view stop to marvel at the views that open out below
    • achieve a clear view of (a place) by sailing past a headland or other obstruction we shall open Torbay shortly
    • 3. make or become formally ready for customers, visitors, or business she raised $731 by opening her home and selling coffee and tea the shops didn't open until 10
    • ceremonially declare (a building, road, etc.) to be completed and ready for use the Queen opened the power plant on 17 October 1956
    • make possible access to or passage through the President announced that his government would open the border
    • 4. formally establish or begin (a new business, movement, or enterprise) she began to teach and opened her own school we opened up a branch in Madrid
    • (of an enterprise, meeting, or event) begin or be formally established two new restaurants open this week 同義詞 start trading, open for business, be ready for customers/visitors, admit customers, begin business, ... 更多反義詞 end, finish
    • take the action required to begin using they have the £10 necessary to open a savings account click twice to open a file for the software selected
    • (of a piece of writing or music) begin the chapter opens with a discussion of Anglo-Irish relations
    • (of a counsel in a law court) make a preliminary statement in (a case) before calling witnesses Bernard had opened the case Comyn opened for the plaintiff
    • another term for open the batting below
    • make (the first bid) in the auction West opened 2NT do not open with fewer than twelve points
    • 5. make more available or widely known the retirement of Mahatir Mohammed as Prime Minister of Malaysia has opened the possibility of closer Australian relations
    • make (one's mind) more receptive or sympathetic open your mind to what is going on around you
    • make someone vulnerable to the process is going to open them to a legal threat
    • 6. break the conducting path of (an electric circuit) the switch opens the motor circuit
    • (of an electric circuit or device) suffer a break in its conducting path the problem was caused when a switch opened at the substation

    名詞

    • 1. outdoors or in the countryside guests were sitting in the open on the terrace
    • not subject to concealment; made public we have never let our dislike for him come into the open
    • 2. a championship or competition with no restrictions on who may compete his victory in the 2003 Australian Open
    • 3. an accidental break in the conducting path for an electric current.
    • n.
      a device for opening something, especially a container: a tin opener a letter opener

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a device for opening something, especially a container: a bottle opener a letter opener

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      become more communicative or confiding

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      become more communicative or confiding

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      having a frank or ingenuous expression: a quiet open-faced lawyer

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a place or situation in which all visitors are welcome: our basement is an open house for other kids they kept open house, entertaining a wide variety of writers

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      having a frank or ingenuous expression: a quiet open-faced lawyer

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      fully open

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈōpən]

    美式

    • adj.
      allowing access, passage, or a view through an empty space; not closed or blocked up: the pass is kept open all year by snowplows it was a warm evening and the window was open
    • v.
      move or adjust (a door or window) so as to leave a space allowing access and view: she opened the door and went in Open up!” he said
    • n.
      a championship or competition with no restrictions on who may qualify to compete: the venue for the British Open

    Oxford American Dictionary