open up

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English - Turkish
açmak

Kendi restoranını açmak ister misin? - Do you want to open up your own restaurant?

rahat konuşmak
-e açmak
görüşmeye başla
başlatmak
açılmak
konuşmaya başlamak
çenesi düşmek
geliştirmek
deşmek
(deyim) açıkça konuşmak,açılmak
(deyim) iş açmak
(deyim) meydana çıkmak
söz açmak
English - English
To open

Retirements have opened up some vacancies.

To commence firing weapons

As the convoy entered the pass, we opened up on them with everything we had.

To reveal oneself; to become communicative

After three hours of questioning, he finally opened up.

If something opens up opportunities or possibilities, or if they open up, they are created. It was also felt that the collapse of the system opened up new possibilities New opportunities are opening up for investors who want a more direct stake in overseas companies
start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning; "open a business"
cause to open or to become open; "Mary opened the car door"
Used in the context of general equities Disclose more information (e g , the exact price and quantity of one's potential interest) See: Put pants on it
If you open up a lead in a race or competition, you get yourself into a position where you are leading, usually by quite a long way. The Chinese team had opened up a lead of more than two minutes
n to step away from, and face, the ball's path in receiving serve
see open 2, 12
become available; "an opportunity opened up"
To increase the size of the lens aperture The opposite of stop down
Used in the context of general equities Disclose more information (e g , the exact price and quantity) of one's potential interest See: put pants on it
If a place, economy, or area of interest opens up, or if someone opens it up, more people can go there or become involved in it. As the market opens up, I think people are going to be able to spend more money on consumer goods He said he wanted to see how Albania was opening up to the world These programmes will open up markets for farmers
talk freely and without inhibition
make available; "This opens up new possibilities"
be opened; open; open fire; pick up speed
To increase the size of a lens aperture Opposite: stop down
If someone opens up, they start to say exactly what they think or feel. Lorna found that people were willing to open up to her
When you open up a building, you unlock and open the door so that people can get in. Three armed men were waiting when the postmaster and his wife arrived to open up the shop
become open; "The door opened"
Increase aperture size or reduce shutter speed to permit more light to reach the film
open up an area or prepare a way; "She pioneered a graduate program for women students"
open up

    Hyphenation

    o·pen up

    Turkish pronunciation

    ōpın ʌp

    Pronunciation

    /ˈōpən ˈəp/ /ˈoʊpən ˈʌp/

    Etymology

    [ 'O-p&n, -p& ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German offan open, Old English up up.

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