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English - Pronunciation

* (Received Pronunciation) enPR: ō'pən, IPA(key): /ˈəʊ.pən/ * (US) enPR: ō'pən, IPA(key): /ˈoʊ.pən/ * Rhymes: -əʊpən

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English - Etymology

From Middle English _open_, from Old English _open_ (“open”), from Proto-Germanic _*upanaz_ (“open”), from Proto-Indo-European _*upo_ (“up from under, over”). Cognate with Scots _open_ (“open”), Saterland Frisian _eepen_ (“open”), West Frisian _iepen_ (“open”), Dutch _open_ (“open”), Low German _open_, _apen_ (“open”), German _offen_ (“open”), Danish _åben_ (“open”), Swedish _öppen_ (“open”), Norwegian _open_ (“open”), Icelandic _opinn_ (“open”). Compare also Latin _supinus_ (“on one's back, supine”), Albanian _hap_ (“to open”). Related to _up_.

From Middle English open, from Old English open (open), from Proto-Germanic *upanaz (open), from Proto-Indo-European *upo (up from under, over). Cognate with Scots open (open), Saterland Frisian eepen (open), West Frisian iepen (open), Dutch open (open), Low German open, apen (open), German offen (open), Danish åben (open), Swedish öppen (open), Norwegian open (open), Icelandic opinn (open). Compare also Latin supinus (on one's back, supine), Albanian hap (to open). Related to up.

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OPEN (_comparative_ MORE OPEN, _superlative_ MOST OPEN) * (not comparable) Which is not closed; accessible; unimpeded; as, an open gate. * 1908, Kenneth Grahame, _The Wind in the Willows_, Chapter 2 The OPEN road, the dusty highway […] _Turn left after the second OPEN door._ _It was as if his body had gone to sleep standing up and with his eyes OPEN._ * Not drawn together, closed, or contracted; extended; expanded. _an OPEN hand; an OPEN flower; an OPEN prospect_ * Dryden Each, with OPEN arms, embraced her chosen knight. * (not comparable) Actively conducting or prepared to conduct business. _Banks are not OPEN on bank holidays._ * (comparable) Receptive. _I am OPEN to new ideas._ * Bible, Acts xix. 33 If Demetrius […] have a matter against any man, the law is OPEN and there are deputies. * Shakespeare The service that I truly did his life, / Hath left me OPEN to all injuries. * (not comparable) Public; as, an open letter, an open declaration. _He published an OPEN letter to the governor on a full page of the New York Times._ * Shakespeare His thefts are too OPEN. * Milton That I may find him, and with secret gaze / Or OPEN admiration him behold. * (not comparable) Candid, ingenuous, not subtle in character. _The man is an OPEN book._ * Alexander Pope with aspect OPEN, shall erect his head * Shakespeare The Moor is of a free and OPEN nature. * Addison The French are always OPEN, familiar, and talkative. * (mathematics, logic, of a formula) Having a free variable. * (mathematics, topology, of a set) Which is part of a predefined collection of subsets of , that defines a topological space on . * (computing, not comparable, of a file, document, etc.) In current use; mapped to part of memory. _I couldn't save my changes because another user had the same file OPEN._ * (business) Not fulfilled. _I've got OPEN orders for as many containers of red durum as you can get me._ * Not settled or adjusted; not decided or determined; not closed or withdrawn from consideration. _an OPEN question_ _to keep an offer or opportunity OPEN_ * (music, stringed instruments) Without any fingers pressing the string against the fingerboard. * Not of a quality to prevent communication, as by closing waterways, blocking roads, etc.; hence, not frosty or inclement; mild; used of the weather or the climate. _an OPEN winter_ (Can we find and add a quotation of Francis Bacon to this entry?) * (phonetics) Uttered with a relatively wide opening of the articulating organs; said of vowels. * (phonetics) Uttered, as a consonant, with the oral passage simply narrowed without closure. * (Computing) Made public, usable with a free licence. * (Medicine) Resulting from an incision, puncture or any other process by which the skin no longer protects an internal part of the body. SYNONYMS * (not closed): accessible, unimpeded ANTONYMS * (accessible): closed, shut DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

open (comparative more open, superlative most open)

  1. (not comparable) Which is not closed; accessible; unimpeded; as, an open gate.
    Turn left after the second open door.
    It was as if his body had gone to sleep standing up and with his eyes open.
  2. Not drawn together, closed, or contracted; extended; expanded.
    an open hand; an open flower; an open prospect
  3. (not comparable) Actively conducting or prepared to conduct business.
    Banks are not open on bank holidays.
  4. (comparable) Receptive.
    I am open to new ideas.
  5. (not comparable) Public; as, an open letter, an open declaration.
    He published an open letter to the governor on a full page of the New York Times.
  6. (not comparable) Candid, ingenuous, not subtle in character.
    The man is an open book.
  7. (mathematics, logic, of a formula) Having a free variable.
  8. (mathematics, topology, of a set) Which is part of a predefined collection of subsets of , that defines a topological space on .
  9. (computing, not comparable, of a file, document, etc.) In current use; mapped to part of memory.
    I couldn't save my changes because another user had the same file open.
  10. (business) Not fulfilled.
    I've got open orders for as many containers of red durum as you can get me.
  11. Not settled or adjusted; not decided or determined; not closed or withdrawn from consideration.
    an open question
    to keep an offer or opportunity open
  12. (music, stringed instruments) Without any fingers pressing the string against the fingerboard.
  13. Not of a quality to prevent communication, as by closing waterways, blocking roads, etc.; hence, not frosty or inclement; mild; used of the weather or the climate.
    an open winter
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Francis Bacon to this entry?)
  14. (phonetics) Uttered with a relatively wide opening of the articulating organs; said of vowels.
  15. (phonetics) Uttered, as a consonant, with the oral passage simply narrowed without closure.
  16. (Computing) Made public, usable with a free licence.
  17. (Medicine) Resulting from an incision, puncture or any other process by which the skin no longer protects an internal part of the body.
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OPEN (_third-person singular simple present_ OPENS, _present participle_ OPENING, _simple past and past participle_ OPENED) * (transitive) To make something accessible or remove an obstacle to its being accessible. _Turn the doorknob to OPEN the door._ _He OPENED a path through the undergrowth._ * (transitive) To bring up (a topic). _I don't want to OPEN that subject._ * (transitive) To make accessible to customers or clients. _I will OPEN the shop an hour early tomorrow._ * (transitive) To start (a campaign). _Vermont will OPEN elk hunting season next week._ * (intransitive) To become open. _The door OPENED all by itself._ * (intransitive) To begin conducting business. _The shop OPENS at 9:00._ * To enter upon; to begin. _to OPEN a discussion; to OPEN fire upon an enemy; to OPEN trade, or correspondence; to OPEN a case in court, or a meeting_ * (intransitive, cricket) To begin a side's innings as one of the first two batsmen. * (intransitive, poker) To bet before any other player has in a particular betting round in a game of poker. _After the first two players fold, Julie OPENS for $5._ * (transitive, intransitive, poker) To reveal one's hand. _Jeff OPENS his hand revealing a straight flush._ * (computing, transitive, intransitive, of a file, document, etc.) To load into memory for viewing or editing. * To spread; to expand into an open or loose position. _to OPEN a closed fist_ _to OPEN matted cotton by separating the fibres_ * (obsolete) To disclose; to reveal; to interpret; to explain. * Francis Bacon The king OPENED himself to some of his council, that he was sorry for the earl's death. * Bible, Jer. xx. 12 Unto thee have I OPENED my cause. ANTONYMS * (to make accessible): close, shut DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

open (third-person singular simple present opens, present participle opening, simple past and past participle opened)

  1. (transitive) To make something accessible or remove an obstacle to its being accessible.
    Turn the doorknob to open the door.
    He opened a path through the undergrowth.
  2. (transitive) To bring up (a topic).
    I don't want to open that subject.
  3. (transitive) To make accessible to customers or clients.
    I will open the shop an hour early tomorrow.
  4. (transitive) To start (a campaign).
    Vermont will open elk hunting season next week.
  5. (intransitive) To become open.
    The door opened all by itself.
  6. (intransitive) To begin conducting business.
    The shop opens at 9:00.
  7. To enter upon; to begin.
    to open a discussion; to open fire upon an enemy; to open trade, or correspondence; to open a case in court, or a meeting
  8. (intransitive, cricket) To begin a side's innings as one of the first two batsmen.
  9. (intransitive, poker) To bet before any other player has in a particular betting round in a game of poker.
    After the first two players fold, Julie opens for $5.
  10. (transitive, intransitive, poker) To reveal one's hand.
    Jeff opens his hand revealing a straight flush.
  11. (computing, transitive, intransitive, of a file, document, etc.) To load into memory for viewing or editing.
  12. To spread; to expand into an open or loose position.
    to open a closed fist
    to open matted cotton by separating the fibres
  13. (obsolete) To disclose; to reveal; to interpret; to explain.
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English - Noun

OPEN (_plural_ OPENS) * A sports event in which anybody can compete; as, the Australian Open. * (electronics) a wire that is broken midway. _The electrician found the OPEN in the circuit after a few minutes of testing._ * (_with the_) Open or unobstructed space; an exposed location. _I can't believe you left the lawnmower out in THE OPEN when you knew it was going to rain this afternoon!_ _Wary of hunters, the fleeing deer kept well out of THE OPEN, dodging instead from thicket to thicket._ * (_with the_) Public knowledge or scrutiny; full view. _We have got to bring this company's corrupt business practices into THE OPEN._ TRANSLATIONS

open (plural opens)

  1. A sports event in which anybody can compete; as, the Australian Open.
  2. (electronics) a wire that is broken midway.
    The electrician found the open in the circuit after a few minutes of testing.
  3. (with the) Open or unobstructed space; an exposed location.
    I can't believe you left the lawnmower out in the open when you knew it was going to rain this afternoon!
    Wary of hunters, the fleeing deer kept well out of the open, dodging instead from thicket to thicket.
  4. (with the) Public knowledge or scrutiny; full view.
    We have got to bring this company's corrupt business practices into the open.
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English - Anagrams

* nope, Nope * peon * pone

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Catalan - Etymology

From English _open_.

From English open.

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Catalan - Noun

OPEN m (_plural_ OPEN _or_ ÒPENS) * (sports) open

open m (plural open or òpens)

  1. (sports) open

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Dutch - Etymology

From Middle Dutch _open_, from Old Dutch _*opan_, from Proto-Germanic _*upanaz_. Compare Low German _apen_, _open_, German _offen_, West Frisian _iepen_, English _open_, Danish _åben_, Norwegian _open_, Swedish _öppen_.

From Middle Dutch open, from Old Dutch *opan, from Proto-Germanic *upanaz. Compare Low German apen, open, German offen, West Frisian iepen, English open, Danish åben, Norwegian open, Swedish öppen.

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Dutch - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ˈoː.pə(n)/

  • IPA(key): /ˈoː.pə(n)/

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Dutch - Adjective

OPEN (_comparative_ OPENER, _superlative_ OPENST) * open DECLENSION DERIVED TERMS * openbaar * openbaren * openen * opener * opening * openlijk ANTONYMS * gesloten * dicht * toe

open (comparative opener, superlative openst)

  1. open

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Dutch - Verb

OPEN * first-person singular present indicative of _openen_ * imperative of _openen_

open

  1. first-person singular present indicative of openen
  2. imperative of openen

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Dutch - Anagrams

* nope

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Finnish - Noun

OPEN * Genitive singular form of ope.

open

  1. Genitive singular form of ope.

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French - Etymology

English _open_

English open

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French - Noun

OPEN m (_plural_ OPENS) * open tournament

open m (plural opens)

  1. open tournament

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French - External Links

* “open” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_).

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Etymology

From Old Norse _opinn_, from Proto-Germanic _*upanaz_. Compare Danish _åben_, Icelandic _opinn_, Swedish _öppen_, Dutch _open_, Low German _apen_, _open_, German _offen_, West Frisian _iepen_, English _open_.

From Old Norse opinn, from Proto-Germanic *upanaz. Compare Danish åben, Icelandic opinn, Swedish öppen, Dutch open, Low German apen, open, German offen, West Frisian iepen, English open.

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Adjective

OPEN (_masculine and feminine_ OPEN, _neuter_ OPE/OPENT, _definite singular and plural_ OPNE, _comparative_ OPNARE, _indefinite superlative_ OPNAST, _definite superlative_ OPNASTE) * open _Kvifor er døra OPEN?_ Why is the door OPEN? REFERENCES * “open” in _The Nynorsk Dictionary_.

open (masculine and feminine open, neuter ope/opent, definite singular and plural opne, comparative opnare, indefinite superlative opnast, definite superlative opnaste)

  1. open
    Kvifor er døra open?
    Why is the door open?

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Old English - Etymology

From Proto-Germanic _*upanaz_. Originally a past participle of Proto-Germanic _*ūpaną_ (“to lift up, open”). Akin to Old English _ūp_ (“up”). Compare Old Frisian _open_, _opin_, _epen_ (West Frisian _iepen_), Old Saxon _opan_, _open_ (Low German _apen_, _open_), Dutch _open_, Old High German _offan_, _ofan_, _ophan_ (German _offen_), Old Norse _opinn_ (Danish _åben_, Norwegian _open_, Swedish _öppen_).

From Proto-Germanic *upanaz. Originally a past participle of Proto-Germanic *ūpaną (to lift up, open). Akin to Old English ūp (up). Compare Old Frisian open, opin, epen (West Frisian iepen), Old Saxon opan, open (Low German apen, open), Dutch open, Old High German offan, ofan, ophan (German offen), Old Norse opinn (Danish åben, Norwegian open, Swedish öppen).

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Old English - Adjective

OPEN * open DESCENDANTS * Middle English: open, opyn, ope * English: open * Scots: open

open

  1. open

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Spanish - Etymology

From English _open_.

From English open.

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Spanish - Noun

OPEN m (_plural_ OPENS) * (sports) open

open m (plural opens)

  1. (sports) open


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