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opening

US [ˈoʊp(ə)nɪŋ]
UK [ˈəʊp(ə)nɪŋ]
  • n.开放;开始;开口;开幕式
  • adj.开始的;开篇的;第一
  • v.“open”的现在分词
  • Web开场;空缺;开端
Plural Form:openings  
Opening
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n.
1.
[c]
孔;洞;缺口a space or hole that sb/sth can pass through
We could see the stars through an opening in the roof.
我们从屋顶的小洞能看见星星。
2.
[c][ususing]
开始;开端the beginning or first part of sth
The movie has an exciting opening.
电影的开头非常刺激。
3.
[c][ususing]
开幕式;落成典礼a ceremony to celebrate the start of a public event or the first time a new building, road, etc. is used
the opening of the Olympic Games
奥林匹克运动会开幕式
the official opening of the new hospital
新建医院的落成典礼
4.
[c][u]
开;开放;展开the act or process of making sth open or of becoming open
the opening of a flower
花朵的绽放
the opening of the new play
新剧的开演
Late opening of supermarkets is common in Britain now.
现在超市营业至很晚在英国司空见惯。
5.
[c]
空缺的职位a job that is available
There are several openings in the sales department.
销售部有几个空缺。
6.
[c]
良机a good opportunity for sb
Winning the competition was the opening she needed for her career.
在这次比赛中获胜是她未来事业发展的良好开端。
7.
[c]
开襟;开口part of a piece of clothing that is made to open and close so that it can be put on easily
The skirt has a side opening.
这裙子是侧面开口的。
adj.
1.
[obn]
开始的;开篇的;第一first; beginning
his opening remarks
他的开场白
the opening chapter of the book
该书的第一章

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