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opening 

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opening

['əupəniŋ]

n.开口, 开始, 张开, 开幕, 空缺
adj.开头的
动词open的现在分词

例句与用法:

It's an artful little gadget for opening tins.

那是个小巧玲珑的开罐头工具。

They celebrated his success by opening a bottle of wine.

他们开了一瓶酒来庆祝他的成功。

Her friendly opening speech set the tone for the whole conference.

她友好的开幕词确定了整个会议的基调。

They increased ventilation by opening the top center part of the carriage window.

他们把车厢上面的中央部分打开以增进空气的流通。

We aired the room by opening the window.

我们打开窗户,使房间通风。

His opening remarks are applauded by the audience.

他的开场白受到听众的鼓掌欢迎。

There is an opening in the hedge.

这篱笆上有个洞。

n.

1. 开始; 开头; 开会[C][U]

The official opening of the store will take place next week.

这家店下周正式开张。

2. 开始的部分; (戏剧的)首演[C]

The book's opening is dull, but the last chapters are interesting.

那本书的开始部分枯燥乏味, 但最后几章很有意思。

3. 穴, 孔; 通道[C]

There was an opening in the wall.

墙上有个洞。

4. (林中)空地[C]

5. (职位的)空缺[C]

There are two openings in the office.

那家办事处有两个空缺。

6. 机会, 好时机[C]

good openings for business

做生意的大好时机

a.

开首的, 开始的[B]

My family and friends came to the opening night of my play.

我的家人和朋友出席了那晚我的话剧的首场演出。

opening remarks

开场白


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