n.开口, 开始, 张开, 开幕, 空缺
It's an artful little gadget for opening tins.
They celebrated his success by opening a bottle of wine.
Her friendly opening speech set the tone for the whole conference.
They increased ventilation by opening the top center part of the carriage window.
We aired the room by opening the window.
His opening remarks are applauded by the audience.
There is an opening in the hedge.
1. 开始; 开头; 开会[C][U]
The official opening of the store will take place next week.
2. 开始的部分; (戏剧的)首演[C]
The book's opening is dull, but the last chapters are interesting.
3. 穴, 孔; 通道[C]
There was an opening in the wall.
There are two openings in the office.
6. 机会, 好时机[C]
good openings for business
My family and friends came to the opening night of my play.