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  • adj.门户开放的;自由往来的;(公司或机构中下属与主管)直接沟通的
  • n.门户开放;自由往来
  • Web开门;开放门户;申诉
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n.
1.
[sing]
门户开放;自由往来a situation that allows sth to happen, or that allows people to go to a place or get information without restrictions
The government's policy is an open door to disaster.
政府的政策为灾难敞开了大门。
An insecure computer system is an open door to criminals.
不安全的电脑系统给罪犯提供了可乘之机。
adj.
1.
门户开放的;自由往来的allowing people or goods freedom to come into a country; allowing people to go to a place or get information without restrictions
the country's open-door policy for refugees
这个国家对难民的开放政策
2.
(公司或机构中下属与主管)直接沟通的;政策开明的a policy within a company or other organization designed to allow people to freely communicate with the people in charge
We operate an open-door policy here, and are always willing to listen to our students' suggestions.
我们这里实行“开门政策”,愿意随时听取学生的建议。

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