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openadjective

  • ja開いている
  • ennot shut, blocked, covered, concealed, or unavailable

Examples

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What is wrong with me today?
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Usually hit those.
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Dwight, I was open.
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Oh, thank goodness, Stu.
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- Mechanics. - And a garage.
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Are you open?
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Twenty four hours a day.
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Great. My car won't start.
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Welcome to G.I. Jodi's!
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We're open for business. Come on in!
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Where's Li'l Sebastian?
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Uh, somebody left the gate open and he got out, Jerry!
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If I leave now, I might still catch David.
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What if Sister Declan wakes up?
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It's funny how she sleeps with her eyes wide open, isn't it?
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Whatever this is, you shouldn’t be doing it with the door open.
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Yes, it is in fact a dark vent.
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Ah, Pheebs, it's open!
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It's open!

Other meanings for open...

openverb

  • ja〜を開く、〜を始める
  • ento move or change from a closed condition; to make it possible or available to reach, enter, have, use, or do something
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Open it!
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Good afternoon. May I help you?
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We're here all the time.
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Now, open this cabinet.
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Now, open the door from the outside and step out of the car!
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Leslie, open that box they sent you.
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Ooh, Joe Biden's book.
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Well, we should open the gate and set them free.