Open Là Gì


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It"s not a good idea khổng lồ camp in the middle of an open field (= one which is not covered with trees, bushes, etc.).
An open question can be answered in many different ways, and not with just "yes" or "no" or by choosing one of a number of fixed answers:
khổng lồ move sầu something to a position that is not closed, or to make something change lớn a position that is not closed:
informal "xuất hiện up (= open the door) - it"s the police!" shouted the police officer, banging on the door.
If someone, usually someone important, opens a building, sự kiện, etc., they officially say that it is ready to lớn be used or khổng lồ start operating:
being in a position that allows things to pass through or that allows for immediate use; not closed or fastened:
You should keep an open mind about your new school (= not khung any opinions) until you’ve been there.
The agency released detailed plans for greater openness và stronger standards in the international marketplace.

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For the purposes of this agreement, a business day is any day that the Thủ đô New York Stock Exchange is open for business.
leave the door/option/possibility open The appeals court left open the possibility that the computing giant could be forced to lớn change its business practices.
open about sth After the economic crisis, consumers expect banks khổng lồ be more open and transparent about their lending policies.
open debate/dialogue/discussion These are complicated questions, and we welcome an open discussion about them.

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to lớn avoid doing or deciding something immediately in case there is a better opportunity to consider later:
The law firm didn"t want the hearings held in open court because it feared the press would influence public opinion.
lớn wait until you know all the facts before forming an opinion or making a decision about something:
if shares, bonds, etc. open at a particular price or rate, that is the amount they are worth when trading starts that day: