Explicație open în Dicționarul Englez Englez

open

('ōpən )

substantiv
information that has become public
"all the reports were out in the open"
"the facts had been brought to the surface"

substantiv
a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
substantiv
where the air is unconfined
"he wanted to get outdoors a little"
"the concert was held in the open air"
"camping in the open"

substantiv
a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water
"finally broke out of the forest into the open"

verb
make available
"This opens up new possibilities"

verb
become available
"an opportunity opened up"

verb
make the opening move
"Kasparov opened with a standard opening"

verb
cause to open or to become open
"Mary opened the car door"

verb
become open
"The door opened"

verb
spread out or open from a closed or folded state
"open the map"
"spread your arms"

verb
display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer
verb
afford access to
"the door opens to the patio"
"The French doors give onto a terrace"

verb
begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.
"He opened the meeting with a long speech"

verb
start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning
"open a business"

verb
have an opening or passage or outlet
"The bedrooms open into the hall"

adjectiv
ready for business
"the stores are open"

adjectiv
not having been filled
"the job is still open"

adjectiv
receptive to new ideas
"an open mind"
"open to new ideas"

adjectiv
opened out
"an open newspaper"

adjectiv
relatively empty of and unobstructed by fences or hedges or headlands or shoals
"in open country"
"the open countryside"
"open waters"
"on the open seas"

adjectiv
sincere and free of reserve in expression
"Please be open with me"

adjectiv
openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness
"his candid eyes"
"an open and trusting nature"
"a heart-to-heart talk"

adjectiv
lax in enforcing laws
"an open town"

adjectiv
without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition
"the clarity and resonance of an open tone"
"her natural and open response"

adjectiv
affording free passage or view
"a clear view"
"a clear path to victory"

adjectiv
affording unobstructed entrance and exit
not shut or closed
"an open door"
"they left the door open"

adjectiv
affording free passage or access
"open drains"
"the road is open to traffic"
"open ranks"

adjectiv
used of mouth or eyes
"keep your eyes open"
"his mouth slightly opened"

adjectiv
having no protecting cover or enclosure
"an open boat"
"an open fire"
"open sports cars"

adjectiv
used of string or hole or pipe of instruments
adjectiv
of a set
containing points whose neighborhood consists of other points of the same set, or being the complement of an open set
of an interval
containing neither of its end points
adjectiv
open and observable
not secret or hidden
"an overt lie"
"overt hostility"
"overt intelligence gathering"

adjectiv
open to or in view of all
"an open protest"
"an open letter to the editor"

adjectiv
with no protection or shield
"the exposed northeast frontier"
"open to the weather"
"an open wound"

adjectiv
accessible to all
"open season"
"an open economy"

adjectiv
not sealed or having been unsealed
"the letter was already open"
"the opened package lay on the table"

adjectiv
without any attempt at concealment
completely obvious
"open disregard of the law"
"open family strife"
"open hostility"
"a blatant appeal to vanity"
"a blazing indiscretion"

adjectiv
not secret
"open plans"
"an open ballot"

adjectiv
not brought to a conclusion
subject to further thought
"an open question"
"our position on this bill is still undecided"
"our lawsuit is still undetermined"

adjectiv
(of textures) full of small openings or gaps
"an open texture"
"a loose weave"

adjectiv
possibly accepting or permitting
"a passage capable of misinterpretation"
"open to interpretation"
"an issue open to question"
"the time is fixed by the director and players and therefore subject to much variation"

adjectiv
not defended or capable of being defended
"an open city"
"open to attack"




Antonime:
(adjectiv) closed, covert
(verb) shut, close, fold



Sinonime:
(adjectiv) overt
(substantiv) clear, out-of-doors, surface
(adjectiv) assailable, blatant, blazing, candid, capable, conspicuous, exposed, heart-to-heart, lawless, loose, subject, undecided, undetermined, wide-open
(verb) afford, give, spread, unfold