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Noun
(rare) Places from which something flows out
“The wall had collapsed, creating an opening into the castle.”
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Plural for a space or gap that allows passage or access
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“Nathan Drake looked around and found an opening in the roof of the cavern.”
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Plural for an opportunity to achieve something
“This opening only comes once in a lifetime. The moment you own it, you better never let it go.”
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Plural for the beginning or first part of something
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“After preparing your outline, it is time to structure the opening of the presentation.”
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Plural for an available job
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“Fortunately, an opening became available in another department and he was afforded that job.”
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Plural for a ceremony at which a building, show, etc. is declared to be open
“Large crowds were gathered to celebrate the opening of a new sewage plant.”
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Plural for a deep and narrow passage, especially in the earth's surface
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Plural for a pipe or valve through which water or gas may escape
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Air ducts
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Plural for an open space in a forest, especially one cleared for cultivation
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Plural for a path or opening providing a way through
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Plural for state of being dilated
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Plural for the action of forcing something out, especially from a bodily organ
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Plural for an advance showing of a film, exhibition etc.
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Plural for an advantage over one's peers or competitors
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Plural for an area cleared of all flammable material to prevent a fire from spreading across it
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Plural for place to hide, have privacy
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Plural for a place, person, or thing from which something originates
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Plural for the possibility or likelihood of some future event occurring
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Plural for an opening fitted with glass in a frame to admit light or air, or to allow people to see out
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Plural for an act of assigning a job or position to someone
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Plural for a sight or prospect, typically of attractive natural scenery, that can be taken in by the eye from a particular place
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