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norgeneral [a]: åpen
character [a]: frank, oppriktig
behavior [a]: åpen, udekket, rett fram, ærlig
general [v]: åpne
figuratively [v]: åpne, gjøre tilgjengelig
store [v]: åpne
flowers [v]: åpne seg, slå ut
discussion [v]: begynne, innlede
spageneral [a]: abierto
character [a]: franco, abierto, honesto
behavior [a]: descarado, franco, sincero, abierto, cándido
general [v]: abrir
figuratively [v]: abrir
store [v]: abrir
flowers [v]: abrirse
discussion [v]: entablar, empezar
swegeneral [a]: öppen
character [a]: frank, uppriktig
behavior [a]: öppen, ohöljd, rättfram, ärlig
general [v]: öppna
figuratively [v]: öppna, göra tillgänglig
store [v]: öppna
flowers [v]: öppna sig, slå ut
discussion [v]: börja, inleda
Synonyms:
  1. [adj]: unfastened, ajar [st], wide-open [st], open [rt]
  2. [adj]: opened [st], unstoppered [st], yawning [st], open [rt], unfastened [rt], unsealed [rt]
  3. [adj]: exposed, unprotected [st]
  4. [adj]: public [st]
  5. [adj]: opened, agape [st], gaping [st], agaze [st], staring [st], wide-eyed [st], wide [st], yawning [st]
  6. [adj]: available [st]
  7. [adj]: unrestricted [st]
  8. [adj]: assailable, undefendable, undefended, vulnerable [st]
  9. [adj]: loose, coarse [st], harsh [st]
  10. [adj]: unenclosed [st]
  11. [adj]: undecided, undetermined, unresolved, unsettled [st]
  12. [adj]: opened, unsealed [st]
  13. [adj]: unconstricted [st]
  14. [adj]: receptive, acceptive [st], acceptant [st], admissive [st], assimilative [st], hospitable [st]
  15. [adj]: overt, bald [st], barefaced [st], naked [st], raw [st], undisguised [st], visible [st], explicit [rt], expressed [rt], unconcealed [rt], public [rt]
  16. [adj]: nonunion [st]
  17. [adj]: capable, subject, susceptible [st]
  18. [adj]: clear, unobstructed [st]
  19. [adj]: candid, heart-to-heart, ingenuous [st], artless [st]
  20. [adj]: active [st]
  21. [n]: clear, area [gt], country [gt]
  22. [n]: outdoors, out-of-doors, open air, outside [gt], exterior [gt]
  23. [n]: tournament [gt], tourney [gt]
  24. [n]: surface, public knowledge [gt], general knowledge [gt]
  25. [v]: open up
  26. [v]: open up
  27. [v]: open up, change state [gt], turn [gt]
  28. [v]: start [gt], start up [gt], embark on [gt], commence [gt], open up [rt]
  29. [v]: unfold, spread, spread out, undo [gt]
  30. [v]: open up, yield [gt], give [gt], afford [gt]
  31. [v]: open up, arise [gt], come up [gt]
  32. [v]: move [gt], go [gt]
  33. [v]: afford, give
  34. [v]: expose [gt], exhibit [gt], display [gt]
antonyms:
  1. [adj]: shut
  2. [adj]: closed
  3. [adj]: closed
  4. [adj]: closed
  5. [adj]: unreceptive
  6. [adj]: covert
  7. [v]: close
  8. [v]: close
  9. [v]: close
  10. [v]: close
  11. [v]: fold
  12. [v]: close
Derived terms:be open to somebody, break open, burst open, can opener, Copenhagen, crack open, declare openly, eye-opener, fling open, in open air, lay open, open again, open freight car, open house, open railroad freight car, open sea, open space, open the eyes, open-air, open-ended, open-eyed, open-handed, open-heart, open-heart surgery, open-hearted, opening, opening time, openly, openly declared, openly stated, open-minded, open-plan office, propensity, pry open, reopen, split open, spring open, twopenny, wide open, wide open eyes, zip open, bottle opener, letter opener, open handed, open up, openhanded, openness, rip open, tin-opener, 2-methylpropenoic acid[Show less / more]
Anagrams:peon, pone
Example:
  1. Open the chest.
  2. Open the door!
  3. I just said Milo and Teddy, and the wallets flew open!
  4. Its blown my head wide open.
  5. I want everything out in the open!
  6. Well, open the door.
  7. Ill open the magic door for you.
  8. I will open a portal and awaken the Ogdru Jahad:
  9. Open your luggage, be quick!
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Open was recognized as a English verb

Infinitive: (To) open
Gerundio: opening
Past participle: opened
Indikative
1. Present
  • i
    open
  • you
    open
  • he
    opens
  • we
    open
  • you
    open
  • they
    open
8. Perfect
  • i
    have opened
  • you
    have opened
  • he
    has opened
  • we
    have opened
  • you
    have opened
  • they
    have opened
2. Imperfect
  • i
    opened
  • you
    opened
  • he
    opened
  • we
    opened
  • you
    opened
  • they
    opened
9. Pluperfect indic. or Past perfect
  • i
    had opened
  • you
    had opened
  • he
    had opened
  • we
    had opened
  • you
    had opened
  • they
    had opened
4a. Future
  • i
    will open
  • you
    will open
  • he
    will open
  • we
    will open
  • you
    will open
  • they
    will open
11a. Future perfect or future anterior
  • i
    will have opened
  • you
    will have opened
  • he
    will have opened
  • we
    will have opened
  • you
    will have opened
  • they
    will have opened
Conditional
5. Conditional present
  • i
    would open
  • you
    would open
  • he
    would open
  • we
    would open
  • you
    would open
  • they
    would open
12. Conditional perfect
  • i
    would have opened
  • you
    would have opened
  • he
    would have opened
  • we
    would have opened
  • you
    would have opened
  • they
    would have opened
Subjunctive
6. Present
  • i
    open
  • you
    open
  • he
    open
  • we
    open
  • you
    open
  • they
    open
13. present perfect
  • i
    have opened
  • you
    have opened
  • he
    have opened
  • we
    have opened
  • you
    have opened
  • they
    have opened
past
  • i
    opened
  • you
    opened
  • he
    opened
  • we
    opened
  • you
    opened
  • they
    opened
plu
  • i
    had opened
  • you
    had opened
  • he
    had opened
  • we
    had opened
  • you
    had opened
  • they
    had opened
Imperative
Affirmative
  • you
    open!
  • we
    Let's open!
  • you
    open!
Negative
  • you
    don't open! (do not open)!
  • you
    don't open! (do not open)!

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