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  • What is the opposite of Open?
  • What does open mean?
  • Firstly before explain the opposite of Open, open meaning is; 
  • Adjective:
  • i.) not closed or barred at the time, as a doorway by a door, a window by a sash, or a gateway by a gate: to leave the windows open at night.
  • ii.) (of a door, gate, window sash, or the like) set so as to permit passage through the opening it can be used to close.
  • iii.) having no means of closing or barring: an open portico. 
  • iv.) Having the interior immediately accessible, as a box with the lid raised or a drawer that is pulled out.
  • v.) Relatively free of obstructions to sight, movement, or internal arrangement: an open floor plan.
  • vi.) Constructed so as to be without cover or enclosure on the top or on some or all sides: an open boat.
  • vii.) Having relatively large or numerous spaces, voids, or intervals: an open architectural screen; open ranks of soldiers.
  • viii.) Perforated or porous: an open texture.
  • ix.) Relatively unoccupied by buildings, fences, trees, etc.: open country.
  • x.) Not covered or closed; with certain parts apart: open eyes; open mouth.
  • xi.) Without a covering, especially a protective covering; unprotected; unenclosed; exposed: an open wound; open electrical wires.
  • xii.) Extended or unfolded: an open newspaper.
  • xiii.) Without restrictions as to who may participate: an open competition; an open session.
  • xiv.) Accessible or available to follow: the only course still open to us.
  • xv.) Generous, liberal, or bounteous: to give with an open hand.
  • xvi.) Liable or subject: open to question; open to retaliation.
  • xvii.) Free of navigational hazards: an open coast.
  • xviii.) not yet balanced or adjusted, as an account.
  • xix.) Linguistics. (of a class of items) readily admitting new members, as the class of nouns, verbs, or adjectives (opposed to closed ).
  • xx.) Printing.
  • (of type) in outline form.
  • widely spaced or leaded, as printed matter.
  • xxi.) Music.
  • (of an organ pipe) not closed at the far end.
  • (of a string) not stopped by a finger.
  • (of a note) produced by such a pipe or string or, on a wind instrument, without the aid of a slide, key, etc.
  • xxii.) Mathematics.
  • (of an interval) containing neither endpoint.
  • (of a set) consisting of points having neighborhoods wholly contained in the set, as the set of points within a circle.
  • (of a map from one topological space to another) having the property that the image of an open set is an open set.
  • xxiii.) Textiles. (of a fabric or weave) so loosely woven that spaces are visible between warp and filling yarns.
  • Verb (used with object):
  • xxiv.) To move (a door, window sash, etc.) from a shut or closed position so as to admit of passage.
  • xxv.) To render (a doorway, gateway, window, etc.) unobstructed by moving a door, window sash, etc., away from it.
  • xxvi.) To render the interior of (a box, drawer, etc.) readily accessible.
  • xxvii.) To clear (a passage, channel, etc.) of obstructions.
  • xviii.) To establish for business purposes or for public use: to open an office.
  • xxix.) To give access to; make accessible or available, as for use: to open a port for trade.
  • Verb (used without object):
  • xxx.) To become open, as a door, building, box, or enclosure.
  • xxxi.) To afford access: a door that opens into a garden.
  • xxxii.) To have an opening, passage, or outlet: The room opens into a corridor.
  • xxxiii.) To begin a season, series of performances, or tour, as a theatrical company: The play will open in Boston.
  • xxxiv.) To begin, start, or commence an activity: The game opened with the national anthem.
  • Noun:
  • xxxv.) An open or clear space.
  • xxxvi.) The open air.
  • xxxvii.) The open water, as of the sea.
  • xxxviii.) An opening or aperture.
  • xxxix.) an opening or opportunity.
  • xl.) a contest or tournament in which both amateurs and professionals may compete, especially in golf and tennis.
  • Verb phrases:
  • xli.) open up,
  • to become or make open.
  • to expand, especially before the eye: A breathtaking panorama opened up as we reached the top of the hill.
  • to achieve the initial development of: to open up a business office; to open up trade with China.
  • Slang. to increase speed or the speed of (a vehicle).

 

  • Similar words as open; outdoor, clear, obvious, light, explicit, liberal, leisure, free, independent, loose, wide, broad, spacious, large, extensive, honest, fair, frank, righteous, straight, spacious, roomy, commodious, capacious, wide, sincere, hearty, interior, heartfelt, genuine, turn on, turn on, open up, unlock, unpack, be opened, thaw, come open, gape, open out.

 

  • Opposite of open Verb listclose, conclude, adjourn, cancel, cease, complete, end, finish, ignore, stop, block, bury, cover, exclude, hide, hinder, shut, hold, close up, combine, conceal, fasten, fix, join, marry, mend, misunderstand, secrete, sew, suppress, unite, withhold, wrap.

 

  • Opposite of open Noun listseclusiveness, in formation, enclosure, confines, barrier, reclusiveness, privateness, compass, seclusion, blank wall.

 

  • Opposite of open Adjective listclosed, built-up, standoffish, guarded, safe, restricted, hindered, limited, concealed, ambiguous, blocked, certain, deceitful, deceptive, decided, definite, dishonest, fastened, inaccessible, locked, lying, obstructed, shifty, shut, subjective, sure, unavailable, unclear, vagueimproper, occupied, unfitting, unsuitable, hidden, obscure, biased(US), biassed(UK), cloudy, dark, partial, prejudiced, tricky, unfair, unjust, abnormal, uncommon.

 

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