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3 Translation results for open in Spanish

verb | adjective | noun

open verb

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opened, has opened, is opening, opens
abrir; abrirse; destapar; empezar, comenzar; desplegar; abrir (un camino, etc.); abrir (una tienda), inaugurar (una exposición, etc.); iniciar, entablar

Example sentences of
open verb

  • This door is hard to open.
  • Open the door!” shouted the police officer.
  • Would you mind if I opened a window?
  • The car door opened and a beautiful woman stepped out.
  • The door opened and closed so quietly that I didn't notice he had come in the room.
  • This drawer is stuck. It just won't open!
  • She comes home, turns on the TV, and starts opening her mail.
  • She opened her eyes and smiled at me.
  • I opened my umbrella and stepped out into the rain.
  • Open your mouth wide for me,” said the dentist.

open adjective

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abierto; franco, directo; descubierto; extendido; libre; pendiente, por decidir, sin resolver; vacante

Example sentences of
open adjective

  • The door suddenly swung open.
  • You left the blinds wide open.
  • The meat was roasted over an open fire.
  • I was so tired that I couldn't keep my eyes open.
  • Don't chew with your mouth open.
  • staring with her eyes wide open
  • There's already an open jar of pickles in the refrigerator.
  • They kept the road open throughout the winter.

Detailed synonyms for open adjective

See: Frank, Liable

open noun

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opens
al aire libre; conocido, sacado a la luz

Example sentences of
open noun

  • a daguerreotype of a cowboy whose face is roughened from a hard life in the open

Synonyms of
open noun

Phrasal verbs for open

  • open up - (figurado) sincerarse, abrirse

Related phrases for open

Reverse translation for open

abrir  - to open, to open, to open up, to unlock, to undo, to turn on (a tap or faucet) 
abrirse  - to open up, to clear (of the skies) 
destapar  - to open, to take the top off, to reveal, to uncover, to unblock, to unclog 
empezar  - to start, to begin 
comenzar  - to begin, to start 
desplegar  - to display, to show, to manifest, to unfold, to unfurl, to spread (out), to deploy 
abrir  (un camino, etc.) - to open, to open, to open up, to unlock, to undo, to turn on (a tap or faucet) 
abrir  (una tienda) - to open, to open, to open up, to unlock, to undo, to turn on (a tap or faucet) 
inaugurar  (una exposición, etc.) - to inaugurate, to open 
iniciar  - to initiate, to begin 
entablar  - to cover with boards, to initiate, to enter into, to start 
abierto  - open, candid, frank, generous 
franco  - frank, candid, outspoken, clear, obvious, free 
directo  - direct, straight, immediate 
descubierto  - exposed, revealed 
extendido  - outstretched, widespread 
libre  - free, vacant 
pendiente  - pending 
vacante  - vacant, empty 
conocido  - acquaintance 
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