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Found 4 items, similar to opens.
English → Indonesian (Kamus Landak) Definition: open buka
English → Indonesian (quick) Definition: open buka, celik, luar, membuka, membukakan, mencelikan, mendedahkan, terbuka
English → English (WordNet) Definition: open open adj 1: affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed; “an open door”; “they left the door open” [syn: unfastened] [ant: shut] 2: affording free passage or access; “open drains”; “the road is open to traffic”; “open ranks” [ant: closed] 3: with no protection or shield; “the exposed northeast frontier”; “open to the weather”; “an open wound” [syn: exposed] 4: open to or in view of all; “an open protest”; “an open letter to the editor” 5: used of mouth or eyes; “keep your eyes open”; “his mouth slightly opened” [syn: opened] [ant: closed] 6: not having been filled; “the job is still open” 7: accessible to all; “open season”; “an open economy” 8: not defended or capable of being defended; “an open city”; “open to attack” [syn: assailable, undefendable, undefended] 9: (of textures) full of small openings or gaps; “an open texture”; “a loose weave” [syn: loose] 10: having no protecting cover or enclosure; “an open boat”; “an open fire”; “open sports cars” 11: opened out; “an open newspaper” 12: 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 [ant: closed] 13: 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” [syn: undecided, undetermined, unresolved] 14: not sealed or having been unsealed; “the letter was already open”; “the opened package lay on the table” [syn: opened] 15: without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition; “the clarity and resonance of an open tone”; “her natural and open response” 16: 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” 17: open and observable; not secret or hidden; “an overt lie”; “overt hostility”; “overt intelligence gathering” [syn: overt] [ant: covert] 18: used of string or hole or pipe of instruments [syn: unstopped] [ant: stopped] 19: not requiring union membership; “an open shop employs nonunion workers” [syn: open(a)] 20: 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” [syn: capable, subject] 21: not secret; “open plans”; “an open ballot” 22: 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” [syn: blatant, blazing, conspicuous] 23: affording free passage or view; “a clear view”; “a clear path to victory” [syn: clear] 24: lax in enforcing laws; “an open town” [syn: wide-open, lawless] 25: openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness; “his candid eyes”; “an open and trusting nature”; “a heart-to-heart talk” [syn: candid, heart-to-heart] 26: sincere and free of reserve in expression; “Please be open with me” 27: receptive to new ideas; “an open mind”; “open to new ideas” 28: ready for business; “the stores are open” open n 1: a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water; “finally broke out of the forest into the open” [syn: clear] 2: where the air is unconfined; “he wanted to get outdoors a little”; “the concert was held in the open air”; “camping in the open” [syn: outdoors, out-of-doors, open air] 3: a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play 4: information that has become public; “all the reports were out in the open”; “the facts had been brought to the surface” [syn: surface] open v 1: cause to open or to become open; “Mary opened the car door” [syn: open up] [ant: close] 2: start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning; “open a business” [syn: open up] [ant: close] 3: become open; “The door opened” [syn: open up] [ant: close] 4: begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.; “He opened the meeting with a long speech” [ant: close] 5: spread out or open from a closed or folded state; “open the map”; “spread your arms” [syn: unfold, spread, spread out ] [ant: fold] 6: make available; “This opens up new possibilities” [syn: open up ] 7: become available; “an opportunity opened up” [syn: open up] 8: have an opening or passage or outlet; “The bedrooms open into the hall” 9: make the opening move; “Kasparov opened with a standard opening” 10: afford access to; “the door opens to the patio”; “The French doors give onto a terrace” [syn: afford, give] 11: display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer [ant: close]
English → English (gcide) Definition: open Audience \Au"di*ence\, n. [F. audience, L. audientia, fr. audire to hear. See Audible, a.] 1. The act of hearing; attention to sounds. [1913 Webster] Thou, therefore, give due audience, and attend. --Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Admittance to a hearing; a formal interview, esp. with a sovereign or the head of a government, for conference or the transaction of business. [1913 Webster] According to the fair play of the world, Let me have audience: I am sent to speak. --Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. An auditory; an assembly of hearers. Also applied by authors to their readers. [1913 Webster] Fit audience find, though few. --Milton. [1913 Webster] He drew his audience upward to the sky. --Dryden. [1913 Webster] Court of audience, or Audience court (Eng.), a court long since disused, belonging to the Archbishop of Canterbury; also, one belonging to the Archbishop of York. --Mozley & W. In general (or open) audience, publicly. To give audience, to listen; to admit to an interview. [1913 Webster]


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