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opening
'oʊpənɪŋ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. First or beginning.
(名) As a noun
  1. The first of a series of actions.
  2. The act of opening something.
  3. Becoming open or being made open.
  4. A recognized sequence of moves at the beginning of a game of chess.
  5. An entrance equipped with a hatch; especially a passageway between decks of a ship.
  6. A vacant or unobstructed space that is man-made.
  7. An aperture or hole that opens into a bodily cavity.
  8. A possible alternative.
  9. The initial part of the introduction.
  10. The first performance (as of a theatrical production).
  11. A ceremony accompanying the start of some enterprise.
  12. An open or empty space in or between things.
  13. Opportunity especially for employment or promotion.
Hyphenationo•pen•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun
Matching Results
开始kāishǐto begin; beginning; to start; initial
kǒumouth; measure word for things with mouths (people, domestic animals, cannons, wells etc); measure word for bites or mouthfuls
xué, xuè (Tw)cave; cavity; hole; acupuncture point
揭幕jiēmùopening; unveiling
zhàto open; to spread
打开dǎkāito open; to show (a ticket); to turn on; to switch on
开局kāijúopening (chess etc); early stage of game, match, work, activity, etc.
to open (a door); to open up (for development); to dispel; to refute; to repudiate
开馆kāiguǎnto open
开放式kāifàng shìopen
拉开大幕lākāi dà mùto open
打造出dǎzào chūto open
公开的gōngkāi deopen
开放的kāifàng deopen
开一下kāi yīxiàto open
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