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

Examples

PLAY
0:18 / --:--
Mute
1.
We're about to walk into the land of money.
2.
Remember, all rich people are monsters, so unleash the beast.
3.
Got it.
4.
Open it!
5.
Good afternoon. May I help you?
6.
We're here all the time.
7.
Get familiar with these faces, or get familiar with the unemployment line.
PLAY
6:08 / --:--
Mute
1.
So does it do anything special?
2.
Well, yes, Ross.
3.
Pressing my third nipple opens the delivery entrance to the magical land of Narnia.
PLAY
1:29 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm going to look into your eyes now.
2.
Really?
3.
Yeah, that's my job.
4.
Alright.
5.
Look up.
7.
Now, open your eyes and look down.
8.
That's right.
9.
Look into the light.
10.
Now look at me.
11.
Okay.
12.
Your eyes look good.
13.
Those are good eyes.
14.
Good, they feel good... in my head.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
You won the raffle.
2.
No way!
3.
- Yeah! - Open it, open it.
4.
- Do you like it? - Walkie-talkies.
5.
- Can I talk to you for a second? - Yes!
6.
Well, the Committee to Plan Parties has served its purpose.
7.
We're gonna disband... in the name of Christmas.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
Listen up, I have some bad news.
2.
Due to circumstances beyond my control—
3.
- Impulsivity and inattention to detail. - Hey, hey!
4.
I have opened a box which should not have been opened...
5.
- Terrible mistake. - ...and distributed things which should not have been distributed.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
What! What are these for?
2.
You'll see.
3.
- Alright, everybody open them! - Okay.
4.
Oh, wow, this is so beautiful!
5.
- Oh, these are the ones I was looking at in the store! - I know.
6.
I love this!
7.
A meatball sub?
8.
Thanks!
PLAY
0:41 / --:--
Mute
1.
Let's find out what I'm worth.
2.
Ah, I'm too nervous to open it.
3.
Sarge, you do it.
4.
Okay.
5.
It's stock.
6.
- One million shares! - Oh, my God!
7.
Of Blockbuster Video stock.
8.
- Oh. - What, is that bad?
9.
I still have a Blockbuster card.
PLAY
0:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
Great party, Diane.
2.
Thanks.
3.
I opened all the bags of chips myself.
4.
What a workout!

Other meanings for open...

openadjective

  • ja開いている、広々した、公開の
  • ennot shut, blocked, covered, concealed, or unavailable
PLAY
152:42 / --:--
Mute
1.
What do you see?
2.
Well, Susan, I see what appears to be a dark vent.
3.
Wait.
4.
Yes, it is in fact a dark vent.
5.
- Oh! - Ah, Pheebs, it's open!
6.
It's open!
7.
Wait!
8.
You forgot your legs!
PLAY
2:16 / --:--
Mute
2.
What is wrong with me today?
3.
Usually hit those.
4.
Dwight, I was open.
5.
Alright, let's go.
PLAY
0:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
Which lily?
2.
This lily or that lily?
3.
- Well, I— - I like this lily.
4.
It's more open, you know.
5.
And that's like my mom.
6.
She had a more open, giving spirit.
PLAY
3:25 / --:--
Mute
1.
- Car trouble, mister? - Ow.
2.
Oh, thank goodness, Stu.
3.
- Mechanics. - And a garage.
4.
Are you open?
5.
Twenty four hours a day.
6.
Great. My car won't start.
PLAY
1:51 / --:--
Mute
1.
Open for business, everyone!
2.
Come on in.
3.
It's awesome in here!
4.
Soon.
5.
They'll come soon.
PLAY
0:13 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
2.
That is it!
3.
You just barge in here!
4.
You don't knock!
5.
- I'm sorry! - You have no respect for anybody's privacy!
6.
- Rachel, wait, wait. - No, you wait.
7.
- This is ridiculous. - Can I just say 1 thing?
8.
What? What?
9.
That's a relatively open weave and I can still see your... nippular area.
PLAY
2:29 / --:--
Mute
1.
If I leave now, I might still catch David.
2.
What if Sister Declan wakes up?
3.
It's funny how she sleeps with her eyes wide open, isn't it?
4.
What?
5.
Sweet suffering Jehovah.