English to Igbo Meaning of open - oghe

Open :

oghe, oghere, ohere, emeghe ebe

oghe, igosipụta, ntọhapụ, ịtọ free, ekpughe, ahapụ, mmalite, na-ekpughe, ebipụta, tinye, egosipụta, atọpụ, agbasa, idokwa, na-amalite, namalite, igba egbe, sitere, eme ka oge ntoju, kpalie, ịkpọte, akpata ga-amụ, mụbaa, achọsi, ọchịchọ, ibu nkọ na, chọrọ, anya na, emetụ anya, Ị kpọghee ekwt, bulie, n'af, achọpụta, amalite na-ekwu okwu, na-emeghe, -edozi nsogbu, -unlocked, iji anya nke uche, anya, na-agbata n'ọsọ, na-agbata n'ọsọ elu, gbapụ

oghe, gba ọtọ, sara mbara, ekwuchi, doro anya, eziokwu, hapụrụ, rụrụ, ọha na eze, n'ụzọ pụtara ìhè, iferi, pụta ìhè, ọmarịcha, aka ike, Inwe nkwuwa, ngosi, Iweputa, obosara, saa mbara, otutu, agatụghị adị, inweta, ọtụtụ, irutụrụ, nnukwu, mepere emepe, n'echeghị echiche, achịkwaghị, ọrụ, atụba, aza ajụjụ, isiokwu, esịne ke domain, njikere, nabatara, dịpụrụ adịpụ, echezọ, mkpa, obere, ọhụrụ, ugboro ugboro, n'ebe dị anya, ehighị nne, kwadebere, mere, mfri eke, na-atụ, gburugburu, larịị, chara, egosipụta, kpọmkwem

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Definitions of open in English
Noun(1) a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water(2) where the air is unconfined(3) a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play(4) information that has become public
Verb(1) cause to open or to become open(2) start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning(3) become open(4) begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.(5) spread out or open from a closed or folded state(6) make available(7) become available(8) have an opening or passage or outlet(9) make the opening move(10) afford access to(11) display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer
Adjective(1) affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed(2) affording free passage or access(3) with no protection or shield(4) open to or in view of all(5) used of mouth or eyes(6) not having been filled(7) accessible to all(8) not defended or capable of being defended(9) (of textures(10) having no protecting cover or enclosure(11) (set theory(12) not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought(13) not sealed or having been unsealed(14) without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition(15) ready or willing to receive favorably(16) open and observable; not secret or hidden
Examples of open in English
(1) Recent national events helped turn the simmering discord into open conflict.(2) They walked up the stairs to the open sun deck, which was already crowded with people.(3) Are there any thoughts on the need for a free and open media?(4) The girl raises her hands in front of her face with open palms, fingers spread wide.(5) I'd like to see France beat them because they play a more open game.(6) So give no one the number to it, for the line needs to be open in case I need to contact you at anytime.(7) There is a clause in the planning law against building development on open land.(8) in the open country(9) Even when offered an open goal, they are both more likely to miss than score.(10) He came back to Sofia and bashfully inquired if the offer was still open .(11) The diversity of its landscape is unique, and includes woodland, open heathland and coastal land.(12) Telephone lines will be open from noon on Christmas Eve until midnight on Boxing Day.(13) open marriage(14) Then he reached for an open bottle of red wine, took a swig from the neck.(15) Throughout the interview John is frank and open - except when it comes to money.(16) His duffle bag was open in front of him on the bed, a shoelace dangling over the zipper.
Related Phrases of open
(1) open up ::
(2) to open ::
(3) open the door ::
imeghe ụzọ
(4) open mind ::
emeghe uche
(5) open-minded ::
obi meghere emeghe
(6) open the window ::
emeghe window
(7) open relationship ::
oghe mmekọrịta
(8) open space ::
emeghe ohere
(9) open house ::
emeghe ụlọ
1. not shut ::
bụghị mechie
3. clear ::
doro anya
4. unenclosed ::
5. spread out ::
6. open for business ::
oghe maka azụmahịa
7. available ::
8. vulnerable to ::
9. frank ::
10. overt ::
n'ụzọ pụtara ìhè
11. unresolved ::
ha na-edozilighị
12. impartial ::
ele mmadụ anya n'ihu
13. receptive ::
14. public ::
ọha na eze
15. exposed ::
16. candid ::
18. capable ::
19. undecided ::
21. loose ::
22. clear ::
doro anya
23. surface ::
24. outdoors ::
25. unfasten ::
26. unwrap ::
27. uncork ::
28. spread out ::
29. reveal ::
30. open for business ::
oghe maka azụmahịa
31. begin ::
32. give access to ::
inye ohere
33. give ::
34. unfold ::
35. open up ::
1. closed ::
2. shut ::
Different Forms
open, opened, opener, openers, openest, openly, openness, opens
Word Example from TV Shows
Come on, just open it.

Come on, just OPEN it.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 18

A doll won't work.\NWe have to open real tissue.

A doll won't work.
We have to OPEN real tissue.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 7

We know you sailed west
across the open ocean

We know you sailed west across the OPEN ocean

Vikings Season 1, Episode 3

...I may open this $20 jar of peanuts
and end it all.

...I may OPEN this $20 jar of peanuts and end it all."

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 21

others open
in most unexpected places.

others OPEN in most unexpected places.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 5

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