open

I
adj.

1) open for (open for business)

2) (cannot stand alone) open to (open to the public; I'm open to suggestions)

3) (misc.) to lay oneself open to criticism; to bring smt. out into the open

II
v.

1) to open wide

2) (D; intr., tr.) to open by, with (we open ed our meeting by singing a song; we opened our meeting with a song)

3) (D; tr.) to open for (to open new land for development)

4) (D; tr.) to open to (they opened their meetings to the public)

5) (N; used with an adjective) open your mouth wide

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['əʊpən]
to bring smt. out into the open
with (we opened our meeting by singing a song; we opened our meeting with a song)
'. (misc.) to lay oneself open to criticism
(D; intr., tr.) to open by
(N; used with an adjective) open your mouth wide
to open wide
(D; tr.) to open to (they opened their meetings to the public)
(D; tr.) to open for (to open new land for development)
open for (open for business)
(cannot stand alone) open to (open to the public; I'm open to suggestions)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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