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Past tense for to expose something that is wrapped or covered up
“Come, now, the children want to open up their presents.”
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Past tense for to expand or spread out something that is furled or folded
“The buds begin to open up on all the orchard trees, and the air is sweet with music from the humming of the bees.”
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Past tense for to excavate or dig out (a hole or hollow)
“They would go up into a mountain and open up a shaft to bootleg coal.”
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Past tense for to speak one's mind openly and freely
“If she wanted to open up about her feelings, he figured she'd do so in her own time.”
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Past tense for to begin trading as a business
“We still had a few hours before the shop would open up for business.”
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(informal) Past tense for to cause to move at an increased or maximum speed
“It was a long ride, but I told myself that I wanted time to open up the car's engine, to let it cut loose after its time off the road.”
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Past tense for to begin firing (weapons) at something or someone
“Machine guns open up on the convoy, and smoke grenades land in front of the trucks.”
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Past tense for to remove the classification from
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Past tense for to gain access to a computer system, usually by providing a previously agreed upon username and password
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(of an institution or organization) Past tense for to establish or originate
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Past tense for to settle (a group of people, a species, or the like) in a place as a colony
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Past tense for to be honest
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Past tense for to announce the arrival of something
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Past tense for to tell, publish or report on information
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Past tense for to remove a stoppage
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Past tense for to investigate in a systematic manner
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Past tense for be or become wide open
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Past tense for to perform a surgical procedure
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Past tense for to let go off
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Past tense for to pierce or make a hole in something, typically to drain liquid or insert a screw
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Past tense for make or become more light
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Past tense for to state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
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Past tense for to accept or admit the existence or truth of
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Past tense for cut with a wide, sweeping movement, typically using a knife or sword
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Past tense for to gradually melt, dissolve, or become fluid
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Past tense for to put forward for discussion or consideration
Adjective
Fully extended or expanded
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