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open /ˈəʊpən $ ˈoʊ-/ adjective
open verb
open noun


باز کردن ، قابل بحث ، واریز نش ، سکی] ، وضع زه هنگام کشیده شدن ، خط باز بی دفاع (شمشیربازی) ، فضای باز ، زمین باز ، گسترده
(adj.) باز ، گشوده ، سرگشاده ، دایر ، روباز ، ازاد ، بی الایش ، مهربان ، رک گو ، صریح ، درمعرض ، بی پناه ، بی ابر ، واریز نشده ، (vt.vi.) بازکردن ، گشودن ، گشادن ، افتتاح کردن ، اشکارکردن بسط دادن ، مفتوح شدن ، شکفتن ، روشن شدن ، خوشحال شدن ، باز شدن ، کامپیوتر: باز شدن ، عمران: باز ، قانون ـ فقه: بلامتصدی ، ورزش: وضع راکت نسبت به دیوار مقابل با سطح ان به طرف بالا ، وزن ازاد ، خط باز بی دفاع ، علوم نظامی: مروحه را باز کنید
الکترونیک: باز ، ازاد ، اشکار ، باز کردن ، باز شدن ، کامپیوتر: اشکار ، قابل بحث ، بی دفاع ، واریز نش ، بلامتصدی ، حقوق: سکی : ، وضع راکت نسبت به دیوار مقابل با سطح ان به طرف بالا ، اسکواش : ، وزن ازاد ، کاراته : ، وضع زه هنگام کشیده شدن ، خط باز بی دفاع ، شمشیربازی ، : ورزشی: فضای باز ، ازاد ، زمین باز ، گسترده ، مروحه را باز کنید ، توپخانه ، : علوم نظامی: باز ، عمران:)adj.(: باز، مفتوح ، گشوده ، سرگشاده ، دایر، روباز، ازاد، اشکار، بی الایش ، مهربان ، رک گو، صریح ، درمعرض ، بی پناه ، بی ابر، واریز نشده ،)vt.vi.( بازکردن ، گشودن ، گشادن ، افتتاح کردن ، اشکارکردن بسط دادن ، مفتوح شدن ، شکفتن ، روشن شدن ، خوشحال شدن ، باز شدن کامپیوتر: باز کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

open
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- unfastened, agape, ajar, gaping, uncovered, unfolded, unfurled, unlocked, yawning
- accessible, available, free, public, unoccupied, unrestricted, vacant
- unresolved, arguable, debatable, moot, undecided, unsettled
- frank, candid, guileless, honest, sincere, transparent
[verb]
Synonyms:
- start, begin, commence, inaugurate, initiate, kick off (informal), launch, set in motion
- unfasten, unblock, uncork, uncover, undo, unlock, untie, unwrap
- unfold, expand, spread (out), unfurl, unroll
Antonyms: closed, shut, close, clandestine
Contrasted words: blocked, obstructed, constricted, cramped, narrow, strait, limited, restricted, inaccessible, private, inoperative, unusable, block, occlude, stop, cloak, conceal, hide, screen, secrete, shroud, shut, fasten, secure, collect, concentrate, contract, gather (in)
Related Idioms: to be had, within reach, lay open, swing open, throw open, bring to light, bring to (or into) view, lay bare, make plain, show forth
Related Words: agape, dehiscent, gaping, patulous, ringent, wide, yawning, ajar, unbarred, unbolted, unfastened, unlocked, unsealed, clear, unimpeded, attainable, available, obtainable, reachable, securable, appropriate, fit, proper, suitable, acceptable, agreeable, pleasing, free, release, bare, disclose, expose, reveal, adumbrate, hint, shadow, suggest, break, broach, tap, undo, cut, gash, slash, perforate, pierce, billow, dilate, distend, swell, cover, mantle, overspread
English Thesaurus: close, shut, slam, draw the curtains, put the lid on something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Open, the
one of the important international sports competitions, especially for golf, such as the British Open Championship and the US Open Championship, or for tennis, such as the French, US and Australian Open competitions

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. open1 S1 W1 /ˈəʊpən $ ˈoʊ-/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: the open, opener, opening, openness; adjective: open, opening, unopened; verb: open; adverb: openly]
[Language: Old English]

1. DOOR/CONTAINER ETC not closed, so that things, people, air etc can go in and out or be put in and out Antonym : closed, shut:
He threw the door open and ran down the stairs.
an open window
The gates swung silently open.
The bar door flew open and a noisy group burst in.
All the windows were wide open (=completely open).
She looked at the open suitcase with surprise.
There was an open bottle of wine on the table.

2. EYES/MOUTH not closed, so that your eyelids or your lips are apart:
I was so sleepy, I couldn’t keep my eyes open.
He was fast asleep with his mouth wide open.

3. NOT ENCLOSED [only before noun] not enclosed, or with no buildings, walls, trees etc:
There was open ground at the end of the lane.
open spaces such as parks and gardens
open countryside/country
At weekends people want to leave the town for open countryside.
A shoal of fish swam past heading for the open sea (=part of the sea away from land).
The car’s performance is good, especially going fast on the open road (=a road without traffic where you can drive fast).

4. NOT COVERED without a roof or cover:
The president was riding with his wife in an open car.
Martin was struggling with the sails on the open deck.
an open drain
open to the sky/air/elements
Many of the tombs had been robbed and left open to the sky.

5. the open air outdoors
in the open air
The dancing was outside, in the open air.
Jane wanted to rush to the door and get out into the open air.open-air

6. BUSINESS/BUILDING ETC [not before noun] ready for business and allowing customers, visitors etc to enter Antonym : closed, shut:
The museum is open daily in the summer months.
The offices are also open at weekends.
After the security alert, most of the firms affected were open for business on Monday morning.
The villagers are anxious that their local school is kept open.
I declare this exhibition open (=officially say that it is now open).

7. NOT RESTRICTED allowing everyone, or everyone in a group, to take part in something, know about something, or have a chance to win something
open to
The competition is open to all readers in the UK.
In many schools, governors’ meetings are not open to the public.
The discussion was then thrown open for the audience’s questions.
an open meeting
The men’s race appears wide open (=anyone could win it).
The painting would fetch several hundred dollars on the open market (=a market in which anyone can buy or sell).

8. OPPORTUNITY [not before noun] if an opportunity, a possible action, a job etc is open to you, you have the chance to do it:
The job is being kept open for her.
open to
The 1960s was a period when greater opportunities were open to women.
So what other options are open to us?
There is only one course of action open to the local authority.

9. NOT SECRET [only before noun] actions, feelings, intentions etc that are open are not hidden or secret:
Her father watched her with open admiration.
open hostility between the two nations
The party was calling for more open government (=when the government makes information freely available).
The case will be tried in open court (=in a court where everything is public).
It is an open secret (=it is supposed to be secret, but most people know about it) that she is having an affair with another man.

10. HONEST honest and not wanting to hide any facts from other people
open with
The couple are quite open with each other about their feelings.
open about
She was quite open about her ambitions.
his friendly, open manner

11. CLOTHES not fastened:
the open neck of his shirt
She was wearing an open jacket.

12. NOT YET DECIDED needing more discussion or thought before a decision can be made:
The matter remains an open question.
open to
The new rates of pay are open to negotiation.
The test results are open to interpretation.
keep/leave your options open
Officers investigating her death are keeping their options open.

13. open to something
a) likely to suffer from something or be affected by something:
The magazine’s editor is open to criticism in allowing the article to be printed.
The regulations are open to abuse by companies.
He has left himself open to accusations of dishonesty.
b) willing to consider something new or to accept something new:
Teachers need to be open to children’s ideas.
The committee is open to suggestions.
The owners of the building want to sell and are open to offers.

14. NOT BLOCKED if a road or line of communication is open, it is not blocked and can be used:
We try to keep the mountain roads open all through the winter.

15. SPREAD APART spread apart instead of closed, curled over etc:
At night the flowers were open.
Johnson raised an open hand.
He was sitting in bed with a book lying open (=with its pages apart so it can be read) on his knees.

16. an open mind if you have an open mind, you deliberately do not make a decision or form a definite opinion about something:
It’s important to keep an open mind as you study the topic.

17. be open to question/doubt if something is open to question, there are doubts about it:
Whether the new situation is an improvement is open to question.

18. welcome/greet somebody/something with open arms to be very pleased to see someone or something:
Mike will be welcomed back into the team with open arms.

19. an open invitation
a) an invitation to visit someone whenever you like
b) something that makes it easier for criminals to steal, cheat etc
an open invitation to
The lack of security measures provides an open invitation to crime.

20. be an open book to be something that you know and understand very well:
The natural world was an open book to him.

21. the door is open there is an opportunity for someone to do something
the door is open to
Schoolgirls are being told that the door is open to them to pursue careers in science.

22. keep your eyes/ears open to keep looking or listening so that you will notice anything that is important, dangerous etc

23. open weave/texture cloth with an open weave or texture has wide spaces between the threads
keep an eye open (for something) at eye1(14), ⇒ with your eyes open at eye1(19), ⇒ open-eyed

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. open2 S1 W1 verb
[Word Family: noun: the open, opener, opening, openness; adjective: open, opening, unopened; verb: open; adverb: openly]

1. DOOR/WINDOW ETC [intransitive and transitive] to move a door, window etc so that people, things, air etc can pass through, or to be moved in this way:
Jack opened the window.
He opened the drawer of the desk.
She heard a door open and then close.

2. CONTAINER/PACKAGE [transitive] to unfasten or remove the lid, top, or cover of a container, package etc:
Louise opened a bottle of wine.
He opened the letter and began to read it.
The children were opening their presents.
Mark was about to open a beer when the doorbell rang.

3. EYES [intransitive and transitive] to raise your eyelids so that you can see, or to be raised in this way:
Barry was awake long before he opened his eyes.
Carrie smelled coffee and her eyes opened reluctantly.

4. MOUTH [intransitive and transitive] to move your lips apart, or to be moved in this way:
He opened his mouth but couldn’t think what to say.

5. START OPERATING [intransitive and transitive] (also open up) if a place such as an office, shop, restaurant etc opens or is opened, it starts operating or providing a service:
Sarah had recently opened an office in Genoa.
French and Scandinavian offices are due to open in the autumn.
The Forestry Commission has opened a plant centre selling rare plants.
The centre has been a great success since it opened its doors a year ago.

6. SHOP/RESTAURANT ETC [intransitive] (also open up) to start business, letting in customers or visitors, at a particular time:
What time do the banks open?
The bakery opens early.

7. START AN ACTIVITY [transitive] to start an activity, event, or set of actions:
The US attorney’s office has opened an investigation into the matter.
An inquest into the deaths will be opened next week.

8. COMPUTER [transitive] to make a document or computer program ready to use:
Click on this icon to open the File Manager.

9. MEETING/EVENT [intransitive and transitive] if a meeting etc opens or is opened in a particular way, it starts in that way:
Hughes, opening the Conference, made a dramatic plea for peace.
open with
The concert opens with Beethoven’s Egmont Overture.

10. OFFICIAL CEREMONY [transitive] to perform a ceremony in which you officially state that a building is ready to be used:
The new County Hall building was officially opened by the King.

11. SPREAD/UNFOLD [intransitive and transitive] to spread something out or unfold something, or to become spread out or unfolded:
She opened her umbrella.
John opened his hand to show her he wasn’t holding anything.
The flowers only open during bright weather.
I sat down and opened my book.
She opened the curtains (=pulled the two curtains apart).
Dave opened his arms (=stretched his arms wide apart) to give her a hug.

12. MAKE A WAY THROUGH [transitive] to make it possible for cars, goods etc to pass through a place:
They were clearing away snow to open the tunnel.
The peace treaty promises an end to war and opens the borders between the two countries.

13. FILM/PLAY ETC [intransitive] to start being shown to the public:
Paula and Rachael star as mother and daughter in the play, which opens tonight.
The film opened yesterday to excellent reviews.

14. open an account to start an account at a bank or other financial organization by putting money into it:
Mary was in the bank to ask about opening a current account.

15. open fire (on something) to start shooting at someone or something:
Troops opened fire on the rioters.

16. open the door/way to something (also open doors) to make an opportunity for something to happen:
Research on genes should open the door to exciting new medical treatments.
If the record is successful, it could open doors for my career.

17. open sb’s eyes (to something) to make someone realize something that they had not realized before:
The purpose of the training is to open managers’ eyes to the consequences of their own behaviour.

18. open your mind (to something) to be ready to consider or accept new ideas

19. open your heart (to somebody) to tell someone your real thoughts and feelings because you trust them

20. the heavens opened literary it started to rain heavily
open the floodgates at floodgate

8. WITH A GUN to start shooting

9. HOLE/CRACK ETC if a hole, crack etc opens up or is opened up, it appears and becomes wider

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. open3 noun

1. in the open outdoors:
In the summer, we camped in the open.

2. (out) in the open information that is out in the open is not hidden or secret:
By now the whole affair was in the open.
She never let her dislike for him come out into the open.
All these concerns need to be brought out into the open.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

open
adj.
I. not closed
VERBS be, gape, lie, stand The book lay open in front of him. The door stood open.
burst, clang, creak, fall, fly, judder, sag, swing The bag fell open. Suddenly the door flew open. The woman's mouth sagged open. The gate swung open.
remain | fling sth, flip sth, get sth, prise sth, pull sth, push sth, tear sth, throw sth, wrench sth, yank sth She flung the door open and rushed in. She flipped open Chris's diary. He tore the letter open.
have sth, hold sth, keep sth, leave sth She held the door open for them.
find sth, see sth I found the door open.
ADV. fully, wide The door was wide open.
slightly

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

open
II. honest and willing to talk
VERBS be, seem
ADV. extremely, very | absolutely, completely, quite
PREP. about She's very open about her mistakes.
with I don't think you've been completely open with me.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

open
III. available for people to use
VERBS be | remain, stay In spite of the snow, the roads remained open. Some of the supermarkets stay open till ten.
keep sth We want to keep the village store open.
PREP. to The car park is only open to residents.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

open
IV. having begun
VERBS be | declare sth The Australian premier declared the Olympic Games open.
ADV. officially The bridge is officially open now.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

open
verb
I. door, window, box, etc.
ADV. wide She opened all the windows wide to let some fresh air in.
slowly | gingerly Fred opened it gingerly and peered inside.
automatically The glass doors opened automatically for him.
out, up I opened out the map and laid it on the table. ‘Open up!’ He hammered on the door.
VERB + OPEN try to | manage to | fail to Her parachute failed to open.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

open
II. building, road, etc.
ADV. formally, officially | up opening up new markets
VERB + OPEN be due to, be expected to, be scheduled to The museum is due to open next year.
hope to, intend to, plan to, want to, wish to
PHRASES newly/recently opened the newly opened gallery of Western decorative art

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

open
I.
verb
1.
BAD: I got out of bed and opened the radio to listen to the news.
GOOD: I got out of bed and turned/switched on the radio to listen to the news.

Usage Note:
turn on/off (or switch on/off ) a light/radio/television (NOT open/close ): 'The children are not allowed to turn on the television without permission.'

2.
BAD: If anyone tried to open a new topic, she would immediately interrupt.
GOOD: If anyone tried to introduce a new topic, she would immediately interrupt.

Usage Note:
introduce a (new) topic/subject/argument (NOT open ): 'You can't introduce new material in the last section of a report.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

open
II.
adjective
BAD: I couldn't buy a newspaper because the shop wasn't opened.
GOOD: I couldn't buy a newspaper because the shop wasn't open.

Usage Note:
Use opened to describe an action and open to describe a state. Compare: 'The shop was opened at 8 a.m. and stayed open until 6 p.m.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

open
ˈəupən
See: eyes open , throw open

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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