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open
[ˈəʊpən] [ˈoʊpən]

  • adj. 公开的;敞开的;空旷的;坦率的;营业着的
  • vi. 开始;展现
  • vt. 公开;打开
  • n. 公开;空旷;户外

[ 过去式 opened 过去分词 opened 现在分词 opening 第三人称单数 opens ]

网络释义专业释义英英释义

  开放

...(Generous):最终目标是让这款游戏对于玩家群体慷慨且亲和,游戏内容将不断更新,以打造一个快乐的游戏社区氛围。 开放Open):游戏所有内容,包括故事线和对战部分都完全向玩家开放,玩家不需要花费任何金钱来开启某个关卡等内容。

基于1250个网页-相关网页

  打开

初始化(initialize):检测设备;配置和初始化硬件;初始化net_device结构;注册设备。 打开open):这个方法在网络设备被激活的时候调用,进行资源的申请和硬件的激活等。

基于882个网页-相关网页

  打开文件

(3)打开文件OPEN):在使用一个文件之前,为后面的访问做好准备工作。

基于877个网页-相关网页

  营业

荒岛余生》,我最喜欢的电影之一,汤姆·汉克斯主演,在我最低谷的时候给了我巨大的力量。 ... Off 关 Open 营业(注:多用于商店等营业场所) Pause 暂停 ...

基于790个网页-相关网页

短语

Open University 英国公开大学 ; 公开大学 ; 夜大

OPEN SEAM 开骨 ; 爆口 ; 露边接缝 ; 烫开缝骨

French Open 法国网球公开赛 ; 法国公开赛 ; 法国羽毛球公开赛 ; 公开赛

British Open 英国公开赛 ; 英国公然赛

Open Innovation 开放式创新 ; 开放创新 ; 开放性创新

Open Access 开放获取 ; 开放存取 ; 开放取用 ; 开架阅览

open collector 集电极开路 ; 开集极 ; 电极开路 ; [电子] 开路集电极

open letter 公开信 ; 公开信立于一画 ; 腾讯发布的公开信 ; 唱片名

open circuit [电] 开路 ; [电] 断路 ; [电] 开式回路 ; 断开电路

 更多收起网络短语
  • 开放 - 引用次数:7214

    On Dec.11th ,2006, the China’s finance was open in an all-round way.

    2006年12月11日,我国金融业全面对外开放

    参考来源 - 我国商业银行国际业务的创新与发展 (研究生论文)
    公开 - 引用次数:514

    Packaging profit in the listing became an open secret for many listed companies.

    包装利润上市成了许多上市公司的公开秘密。

    参考来源 - 科大创新首次公开发行股票财务信息虚假问题研究 (研究生论文)
    开盘 - 引用次数:14

    参考来源 - 中美股票市场的联动性研究
  • 公开 - 引用次数:248

    The paper expounds the government information open and its important significance for social development.

    本文阐述了政府信息公开及其对社会发展的重要意义。

    参考来源 - 期刊学术社区
    打开文件
    打开
    开启
    OPEN指令
  • 开放 - 引用次数:1569

    Part four, Exploration to an open system of a criminal theory.

    第四部分,建构开放的犯罪论体系的探索。

    参考来源 - 刑法上体系性思维的缺陷之补救(研究生论文)
  • (肠)通畅的
  • 开路 - 引用次数:257

    The experiments have proved that open-circuit voltage increased about 10%.

    实验已证实,负电荷的引入可提高约10%的电池开路电压。

    参考来源 - 新型MIp~+
  • (音)自然的;(弦)空的;开放的
  • (改变船位以)使看得见,使呈现在眼前:
    无甲板的,敞舱的
    无雾的;(水域)无障碍的
    营业
  • (复合词)分写的
    (音节、元音)开的
  • 非严密防守的,非紧逼盯人防守的
    开叫的
    (击球姿势)开式的(指前脚离击球路线较后脚远的)
  • 公开的 - 引用次数:2

    参考来源 - 公开的无政府主义与伪装的无政府主义
  • (账户)未结清的,仍在往来的
  • (活字)空心体的;(印刷品)疏排的
  • 敞开的
    开路的
    开通的
    半开的
  • 扳断
    敞露

·2,447,543篇论文数据,部分数据来源于NoteExpress

open [ 'əupən ]

  • n.
    • a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water

      "finally broke out of the forest into the open"

      同义词: clear

    • where the air is unconfined

      "the concert was held in the open air"; " camping in the open"

      同义词: outdoors out-of-doors open air

    • a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
    • information that has become public

      "all the reports were out in the open"

      同义词: surface

  • v.
    • cause to open or to become open

      "Mary opened the car door"

      同义词: open up

    • start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning

      "open a business"

      同义词: open up

    • become open

      "The door opened"

      同义词: open up

    • begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.

      "He opened the meeting with a long speech"

    • spread out or open from a closed or folded state

      "open the map"

      同义词: unfold spread spread out

    • make available

      "This opens up new possibilities"

      同义词: open up

    • become available

      "an opportunity opened up"

      同义词: open up

    • have an opening or passage or outlet

      "The bedrooms open into the hall"

    • make the opening move

      "Kasparov opened with a standard opening"

    • afford access to

      "the door opens to the patio"

      同义词: afford give

    • display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer
  • adj.
    • affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed

      "an open door"; " they left the door open"

      同义词: unfastened

    • affording free passage or access

      "open drains"; " the road is open to traffic"; " open ranks"

    • with no protection or shield

      "open to the weather"; " an open wound"

      同义词: exposed

    • open to or in view of all

      "an open protest"; " an open letter to the editor"

    • used of mouth or eyes

      "keep your eyes open"; " his mouth slightly opened"

      同义词: opened

    • not having been filled

      "the job is still open"

    • accessible to all

      "open season"; " an open economy"

    • not defended or capable of being defended

      "an open city"; " open to attack"

      同义词: assailable undefendable undefended

    • (of textures) full of small openings or gaps

      "an open texture"

      同义词: loose

    • having no protecting cover or enclosure

      "an open boat"; " an open fire"; " open sports cars"

    • (set theory) of an interval that contains neither of its endpoints
    • not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought

      "an open question"

      同义词: undecided undetermined unresolved

    • not sealed or having been unsealed

      "the letter was already open"; " the opened package lay on the table"

      同义词: opened

    • without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition

      "the clarity and resonance of an open tone"; " her natural and open response"

    • ready or willing to receive favorably

      同义词: receptive

    • open and observable; not secret or hidden

      "open ballots"

      同义词: overt

    • not requiring union membership

      "an open shop employs nonunion workers"

    • possibly accepting or permitting

      "open to interpretation"; " an issue open to question"

      同义词: capable subject

    • affording free passage or view

      "open waters"; " the open countryside"

      同义词: clear

    • openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness

      "an open and trusting nature"

      同义词: candid heart-to-heart

    • ready for business

      "the stores are open"

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

  DESCRIBING A POSITION OR MOVEMENT

open /ˈəʊpən/ CET4 TEM4 ( opening, opened, opens )

  • 1. 

    V-T/V-I If you open something such as a door, window, or lid, or if it opens, its position is changed so that it no longer covers a hole or gap. 打开

    例:

    He opened the window and looked out.

    他打开窗户往外看。

  • 2. 

    ADJ Open is also an adjective. 开着的

    例:

    ...an open window.

    …一扇开着的窗户。

  • 3. 

    V-T If you open something such as a bottle, box, parcel, or envelope, you move, remove, or cut part of it so you can take out what is inside. 开封

    例:

    I opened the letter.

    我拆开了那封信。

  • 4. 

    ADJ Open is also an adjective. 打开的

    例:

    ...an open bottle of milk.

    …一瓶打开的牛奶。

  • 5. 

    PHRASAL VERB Open up means the same as open. 同(open)

    例:

    He opened up a cage and lifted out a 6ft python.

    他打开一个笼子,提起了一条6英尺长的蟒蛇。

  • 6. 

    V-T/V-I If you open something such as a book, an umbrella, or your hand, or if it opens, the different parts of it move away from each other so that the inside of it can be seen. 打开; 张开

    例:

    He opened the heavy Bible.

    他翻开了那本厚厚的《圣经》。

    例:

    The flower opens to reveal a bee.

    花开了,露出来一只蜜蜂。

  • 7. 

    ADJ Open is also an adjective. 张开的

    例:

    Without warning, Bardo smacked his fist into his open hand.

    毫无预警地,巴多用拳头啪地猛击了他张开的手。

  • 8. 

    PHRASAL VERB Open out means the same as open. 同(open)

    例:

    Keith took a map from the dashboard and opened it out on his knees.

    基思从仪表板上拿了张地图,摊开放在了膝盖上。

  • 9. 

    V-T If you open a computer file, you give the computer an instruction to display it on the screen. 打开 (电脑文件) [计算机]

    例:

    Double click on the icon to open the file.

    双击图标来打开文件。

  • 10. 

    V-T/V-I When you open your eyes or your eyes open, you move your eyelids upward, for example, when you wake up, so that you can see. 睁开

    例:

    When I opened my eyes I saw Melissa standing at the end of my bed.

    我睁开双眼时,看见梅利莎站在我的床脚。

  • 11. 

    ADJ Open is also an adjective. 睁着的

    例:

    As soon as he saw that her eyes were open he sat up.

    一看见她眼睛睁着,他马上坐了起来。

  • 12. 

    V-T If you open your arms, you stretch them wide apart in front of you, usually in order to put them around someone. 张开 (双臂)

    例:

    She opened her arms and gave me a big hug.

    她张开双臂,紧紧地拥抱了我。

  • 13. 

    V-T If you open your shirt or coat, you undo the buttons or pull down the zipper. 解开 (衣服)

    例:

    I opened my coat and let him see the belt.

    我解开外套,让他看了看腰带。

  • 14. 

    ADJ Open is also an adjective. 解开的 [ADJ n, v-link ADJ]

    例:

    The top can be worn buttoned up or open over a T-shirt.

    这件上衣可以系上扣子或不系扣子套在T恤衫的外面穿。

  ACCESSIBLE OR AVAILABLE; NOT HIDDEN, BLOCKED, ETC.

open /ˈəʊpən/ ( opening, opened, opens )

  • ADJ

  • 1. 

    V-T/V-I If people open something such as a blocked road or a border, or if it opens, people can then pass along it or through it. 开放 (被封锁的道路、边界等)

    例:

    The rebels have opened the road from Monrovia to the Ivory Coast.

    叛乱分子开放了从蒙罗维亚到科特迪瓦的公路。

  • 2. 

    ADJ Open is also an adjective. 畅通的

    例:

    We were part of an entire regiment that had nothing else to do but to keep that motorway open.

    我们是整个团的一部分,这个团无其他任务,只是保证公路畅通。

  • 3. 

    PHRASAL VERB Open up means the same as open. 同(open)

    例:

    As rescue workers opened up roads today, it became apparent that some small towns were totally devastated.

    今天营救人员清除路障时发现,显然有些小镇已完全沦为废墟。

  • 4. 

    V-I If a place opens into another, larger place, you can move from one directly into the other. 通向 (更大的地方)

    例:

    The corridor opened into a low smoky room.

    这条走廊通向一个既低矮又烟雾弥漫的房间。

  • 5. 

    PHRASAL VERB Open out means the same as open. 同(open)

    例:

    ...narrow streets opening out into charming squares.

    …通向迷人的广场的狭窄街道。

  • 6. 

    ADJ An open area is a large area that does not have many buildings or trees in it. 开阔的

    例:

    Officers will also continue their search of nearby open ground.

    警察们也会继续搜寻附近的开阔地。

  • 7. 

    ADJ An open structure or object is not covered or enclosed. 无遮盖的 [ADJ n]

    例:

    Don't leave a child alone in a room with an open fire.

    别把小孩单独放在有明火的房间里。

  • 8. 

    V-T/V-I When a shop, office, or public building opens or is opened, its doors are unlocked and the public can go in. 使开门营业; 开门营业

    例:

    Banks closed on Friday afternoon and did not open again until Monday morning.

    银行星期五下午关门,直到星期一早上才会再开门营业。

    例:

    I'd been waiting for him to open the shop.

    我一直在等他开门营业。

  • 9. 

    ADJ Open is also an adjective. 营业中的

    例:

    The gallery is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 6 pm.

    美术馆的开放时间为周一到周五,上午9点到下午6点。

  • 10. 

    V-T/V-I When a public building, factory, or company opens or when someone opens it, it starts operating for the first time. 使开张; 开张

    例:

    The original station opened in 1954.

    原来的车站是1954年启用的。

    例:

    The complex opens to the public tomorrow.

    该建筑群明天向公众开放。

  • 11. 

    ADJ If a factory or company remains open, it continues to operate. 运营中的 [v-link ADJ]

    例:

    The government says it's no longer willing to spend $170 million a month to keep the pits open.

    政府宣称将不愿再每月花费1.7亿美元维持这些矿井的运转。

    例:

    ...any operating subsidy required to keep the airline open.

    …维持航空公司运行所需要的任何运营补贴。

  • 12. 

    opening N-COUNT 运营的开始

    例:

    He was there, though, for the official opening.

    然而,他到了那儿是为了参加正式开幕。

  • 13. 

    ADJ If you describe a person or their character as open, you mean they are honest and do not want or try to hide anything or to deceive anyone. 坦诚的

    例:

    He had always been open with her and she always felt she would know if he lied.

    他对她一向很坦诚。而她也一直觉得如果他撒谎了,她是会知道的。

  • 14. 

    openness N-UNCOUNT 坦率

    例:

    ...a relationship based on honesty and openness.

    …一种在诚实、坦率的基础上建立起来的关系。

  • 15. 

    ADJ If you describe a situation, attitude, or way of behaving as open, you mean it is not kept hidden or secret. 公然的; 公开的 [ADJ n]

    例:

    The action is an open violation of the Vienna Convention.

    这次行动是对《维也纳公约》的公然违犯。

  • 16. 

    openness N-UNCOUNT 公开性

    例:

    ...the new climate of political openness.

    …政治透明的新气象。

  • 17. 

    ADJ If you are open to suggestions or ideas, you are ready and willing to consider or accept them. 愿意接受的 [v-link ADJ 'to' n]

    例:

    They are open to suggestions on how working conditions might be improved.

    他们愿意接受有关工作条件如何改善的建议。

  • 18. 

    ADJ If you say that a system, person, or idea is open to something such as abuse or criticism, you mean they might receive abuse or criticism because of their qualities, effects, or actions. 容易受到 (辱骂、批评) 的 [v-link ADJ 'to' n]

    例:

    The system, though well-meaning, is open to abuse.

    尽管这个制度立意很好,却容易遭到滥用。

  • 19. 

    ADJ If you say that a fact or question is open to debate, interpretation, or discussion, you mean that people are uncertain whether it is true, what it means, or what the answer is. 有 (讨论、解释) 的余地

    例:

    Her interpretation of the facts may be open to doubt.

    她对事实的解释可能有待质疑。

  • 20. 

    ADJ You can use open to describe something that anyone is allowed to take part in or accept. 对公众开放的

    例:

    It's an open meeting, everybody's invited.

    这是一个开放的会议,谁来都欢迎。

    例:

    ...an open invitation.

    …一个公开的邀请。

  • 21. 

    ADJ If something such as an offer or job is open, it is available for someone to accept or apply for. (报价) 可用的; (职位) 空缺的 [v-link ADJ]

    例:

    The offer will remain open until further notice.

    该报价将一直有效,直到另有通知。

  • 22. 

    → see also opening

  • 23. 

    ADJ If an opportunity or choice is open to you, you are able to do a particular thing if you choose to. 可供…利用的 [v-link ADJ 'to' n]

    例:

    There are a wide range of career opportunities open to young people.

    有广泛的求职机会可供年轻人选择。

  • 24. 

    V-T To open opportunities or possibilities means the same as to open them up. 提供 (机会)

    例:

    The Chief of Naval Operations wants to open opportunities for women in the navy.

    海军作战部部长想给海军中的女性提供机会。

  BEGIN, START

open /ˈəʊpən/ ( opening, opened, opens )

  • V-T

  • 1. 

    V-T/V-I If something such as a meeting or series of talks opens, or if someone opens it, it begins. 召开; 开始

    例:

    ...an emergency session of the Russian Parliament due to open later this morning.

    …将于今天上午晚些时候开始的一次俄罗斯议会紧急会议。

  • 2. 

    opening N-SING 开始

    例:

    ...a statement issued at the opening of the talks.

    …会谈开始时发表的一项声明。

  • 3. 

    V-T/V-I If an event such as a meeting or discussion opens with a particular activity, that activity is the first thing that happens or is dealt with. You can also say that someone such as a speaker or singer opens by doing a particular thing. (活动或活动表演者) 以…开始; 开始

    例:

    The service opened with a hymn.

    礼拜式以唱赞美诗开始。

    例:

    I opened by saying, "Honey, you look sensational."

    我以这句话作为开场白:“宝贝,你看起来真是棒极了!”

  • 4. 

    V-I On the stock exchange, the price at which currencies, shares, or commodities open is their value at the start of that day's trading. 开盘 [商业]

    例:

    Gold declined $2 in Zurich to open at $385.50.

    苏黎世证券交易所的金价跌了$2,以$385.50开盘。

  • 5. 

    V-I When a film, play, or other public event opens, it begins to be shown, be performed, or take place for a limited period of time. 开演

    例:

    A photographic exhibition opens at the Smithsonian on Wednesday.

    一个摄影展周三在史密森尼博物馆开幕。

  • 6. 

    opening N-SING 开幕 ['the' N 'of' n]

    例:

    He is due to attend the opening of the Asian Games on Saturday.

    他定于星期六出席亚运会的开幕式。

  • 7. 

    V-T If you open an account with a bank or a commercial organization, you begin to use their services. 开立 (账户)

    例:

    He tried to open an account at the branch of his bank nearest to his workplace.

    他试图在离他工作地点最近的银行分行开立账户。

  PHRASES AND PHRASAL VERBS

open /ˈəʊpən/ ( opening, opened, opens )

  • V-T

  • 1. 

    PHRASE If you do something in the open or out in the open, you do it outdoors rather than in a house or other building. 在户外

    例:

    Many are sleeping in the open because they have no shelter.

    许多人因为没有栖身之所而睡在户外。

  • 2. 

    PHRASE If an attitude or situation is in the open or out in the open, people know about it and it is no longer kept secret. 公开的

    例:

    They had advised us to keep it a secret, but we wanted it out in the open.

    他们曾建议我们对其保密,但我们却想将它公之于众。

  • 3. 

    PHRASE If something is wide open, it is open to its full extent. 大开的

    例:

    The child had left the inner door wide open.

    这个孩子让里面的门大开着。

  • 4. 

    PHRASE If you say that a competition, race, or election is wide open, you mean that anyone could win it, because there is no competitor who seems to be much better than the others. 胜负不确定的

    例:

    The competition has been thrown wide open by the absence of the world champion.

    世界冠军的缺席使这场比赛变得胜负难定。

  • 5. 

    with open arms →see arm

  • 6. 

    to keep your eyes open →see eye

  • 7. 

    with your eyes open →see eye

  • 8. 

    to open your eyes →see eye

  • 9. 

    to open fire →see fire

  • 10. 

    to open your heart →see heart

  • 11. 

    the heavens open →see heaven

  • 12. 

    an open mind →see mind

  • 13. 

    to open your mind →see mind

  • 14. 

    to keep your options open →see option

词组短语同近义词同根词词语辨析

open up 打开;开发;开始;展示,揭露

in the open 在户外;在野外

open the door 开门

in open 公开地

open source [计]开放源码;开放资源

open space 空地;休憩用地;露天场所

open policy 开放政策;预定保险单;开口保险单

open pit adj. 露天采矿的

open market 公开市场;自由市场

open air n. 露天,户外 , adj. 露天的;野外的

open education 开放教育

open system 开放系统

wide open 完全开放的,大开的;易受攻击的

open to the public 向公众开放,公诸于众

open economy 开放经济

open door 门户开放;进入权

open with 以…开始;始于

open on 开放;通往

open an account 开立帐户

open loop 开环

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词根: open

adj.

opening 开始的

n.

opening 开始;机会;通路;空缺的职位

openness 公开;宽阔;率真

opener [五金] 开启工具;开启的人

v.

opening 开放(open的ing形式);打开;公开

  open, unfold

这组词都有“打开”的意思,其区别是:

open 普通用词,指把原来关起来或盖紧的东西打开。

unfold 主要指把原来包好、卷好或叠好的东西再打开。

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  open, blank, vacant, hollow, empty

这组词都有“空的”的意思,其区别是:

open 指未被占有,从而可被别人得到的。

blank 指上面没有写字、印刷或做记号的空白表面,或指上面留着准备被填写的空白处。

vacant 普通用词,侧重某物或某个位置没有被占用。

hollow 指物体中间是空的。

empty 指空无一人或一物,或空洞无意义的。

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  open, frank, sincere, blunt, honest, plain, straightforward

这组词都有“坦率,诚实”的意思,其区别是:

open 指不隐瞒自己的秘密,愿意向他人表露自己或公开暴露自己的缺点。

frank 强调毫无保留地畅所欲言,不受任何约束。

sincere 侧重指一个人出自内心地对某人某事表示一种诚意。

blunt 指讲话坦白直率、不客气,但隐含不得体、不顾及他人感情等意味。

honest 指遵守正直等道德准则。

plain 指直言不讳,毫不做作或故弄玄虚。

straightforward 多用于答复、叙述等场合。指直截了当,不回避,或故弄玄虚。

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  • The waves rose too high. The waves with their white tops pushed at the open boat with angry violence.

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  • Now in addition to defining literature, literary theory also asks questions obviously not unrelated but which open up the field somewhat.

    除了定义文学以外,文学理论还提出一些,显然不是不相关,却开辟了新领域的问题。

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  • He's, Andy is his first name. He's, as well very likeable, very approachable. He has an open door policy,

    安迪是他的名。他也很讨人喜欢,非常平易近人。他主张办公室的门一直要敞开着,

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词组短语

open up 打开;开发;开始;展示,揭露

in the open 在户外;在野外

open the door 开门

in open 公开地

open source [计]开放源码;开放资源

open space 空地;休憩用地;露天场所

open policy 开放政策;预定保险单;开口保险单

open pit adj. 露天采矿的

open market 公开市场;自由市场

open air n. 露天,户外 , adj. 露天的;野外的

open education 开放教育

open system 开放系统

wide open 完全开放的,大开的;易受攻击的

open to the public 向公众开放,公诸于众

open economy 开放经济

open door 门户开放;进入权

open with 以…开始;始于

open on 开放;通往

open an account 开立帐户

open loop 开环

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