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  1. opening

    • IPA[ˈōp(ə)niNG]

    美式

    • n.
      an aperture or gap, especially one allowing access;a beginning; an initial part
    • adj.
      coming at the beginning of something; initial
    • noun: opening, plural noun: openings

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    • 1. coming at the beginning of something; initial she stole the show with her opening remark
    • n.
      the amount of money in a bank account when it is opened: there is a $25 minimum opening balance

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    • n.
      the amount of money in a bank account when it is opened: there is a $25 minimum opening balance

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the time at which public houses may legally open for custom.

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    • n.
      an initial speech made by each side in a trial, summarizing the main points of the case they ... the first tragedy was in April 1998, the lawyer told a Suffolk County jury in his opening statement

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    • adj.
      (of an event or situation) unexpectedly enlightening: this documentary should be an eye-opening experience to all

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    • n.
      an introductory remark or stratagem, especially one designed to make social contact or secure ...

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    • plural
      the times during which a shop, bank, etc. is open for business.

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    • n.
      the first night of a theatrical play or other entertainment.

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    • IPA[ˈəʊp(ə)nɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      a space or gap that allows passage or access: an opening in the roof would get rid of the smoke
    • adj.
      coming at the beginning of something; initial: she stole the show with her opening remark

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