open upHe'd open up his heart to her, explain how much he cared.
open systemsI mentioned a moment ago that we seek er total choice and total flexibility in the utopian open systems world.
open doorShe peered through the open door.
open airOn a warm sunny day in the open air it might have been idyllic.
eye openThe first, which was the officially approved response, was ‘to make the work interesting’ by developing contacts with shopkeepers and others on the beat, and keeping an eye open for unusual activity…
be openIf he blames the paradigm for any failure to solve a problem, he will be open to the same charges as the carpenter who blames his tools.
throw openPrior to that, at 7pm, the centre's main hall will throw open its doors for a charity fair organised by the Newtownabbey Community Development Agency.
keep openTRIUMPHANT villagers have won a battle to keep open an ancient public footpath.
door openOi mate you left your door open.
open dailyThe reserve is open daily except for Tuesdays, 9 am to 9 pm or sunset, members only on Sundays and bank holiday weekends.
wide openThe note in his voice wasn't easy to decipher, but his words brought her eyes wide open again.
open the doorShe pushed open the door on silence.
open clientSo the icon in the bottom left hand corner represents open client A P I, open client application programming interface.