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  *開* | 開* | *開
to open / to start / to turn on / to boil / to write out (a prescription, check, invoice etc) / to operate (a vehicle) / carat (gold) / abbr. for Kelvin, 開爾文|开尔文 / abbr. for 開本|开本, book format
to begin / beginning / to start / initial / CL: 個|个
to exploit (a resource) / to open up (for development) / to develop
to bloom / to open / to be open (to the public) / to open up (to the outside) / to be open-minded / unrestrained by convention / unconstrained in one's sexuality
public / to publish / to make public
to open / to start / (computing) to enable
to open an account (bank etc)
to feel happy / to rejoice / to have a great time / to make fun of sb
to commence trading (stock market)
development zone
to open (a conference) / to inaugurate
to unfold / to carry out / to be in full swing / to launch
to depart / to leave
to serve a meal
power switch / gas valve / to open the city (or frontier) gate / to open and close / to switch on and off
to launch / to develop / to unfold / (of an exhibition etc) to open
school begins / give a course / teach a subject
to drive a car
to open / to show (a ticket) / to turn on / to switch on
beginning / to start
to separate / to part
to start an engine / to boot up (a computer) / to press Ctrl-Alt-Delete / to begin shooting a film or TV show
to open shop
to announce the winners in a lottery
to hold a meeting / to attend a meeting
to start a match / the kick-off
foundation of a University or College / school opening / the start of a new term
to uncover / to open
to offer (goods or services) / to open (for business etc)
to convene (a conference or meeting) / to convoke / to call together
to open up (windows for air, ideas for discussion, transportation routes etc)
to open a business / to open a practice / open (for business)
to found or start
to open one's mouth / to start to talk
to avoid / to evade / to keep away from
to open a door (lit. and fig.) / to open for business
to expel (a member of an organization) / to fire (an employee)
to open one's eyes / to widen one's horizons
to open fire / to shoot a gun
to untie / to undo / to solve (a mystery)
to expand one's financial resources / abbr. for 開放源碼|开放源码
to break new ground (for agriculture) / to open up (a new seam) / to develop (border regions) / fig. to open up (new horizons)
blooming / in full flower
to begin work (of a factory or engineering operation) / to start a construction job
to open / to start (a business etc) / to set up
to bloom / to blossom / to flower / fig. to burst open / to feel happy or elated / new development grows out
to let go / to release
to open a book / open-book (exam)
to initiate / to start / to found
boiled water / boiling water
Tang emperor Xuanzong's 唐玄宗 reign name used during the Kaiyuan era (713-741), a peak of Tang prosperity
Kaifeng prefecture-level city in Henan, old capital of Northern Song, former provincial capital of Henan / old name Bianliang 汴梁
to begin / to open / to start / beginning of an event
to start from scratch
inseparable / inevitably linked to
to break / to sever / to turn off (electric switch)
(of a sports competition or match) to commence / (of a war or battle) to break out / to perform acrobatic or choreographed fighting (in Chinese opera) / to brawl / to come to blows
(sports) open championship / open (as in "the US Open")
to unlock
(of a store, stock market etc) to open for trading / to make the first transaction of the day
to begin a lecture / to start on a story
to open wide
(of a surgeon) to perform an operation / (of a patient) to have an operation / to decapitate / to behead / to single out as a point of attack
running in opposite direction (buses, trains, ferries etc)
start / beginning
to open a business / first transaction of a business day
wide / open (spaces) / to open up
to turn on the light
to open up a path / to make one's way through / to construct a road / (electricity) open circuit
to start a war / to make war / to battle against
to open up / to spread / to extend
to quote a price / seller's first offer
to open and close
to play a joke / to make fun of / to joke
to clear the way
(dialect) boss's son / rich man's son / young master
to dismantle / to disassemble / to open up (sth sealed) / to unpick
to begin a (judicial) court session
developer (of real estate, a commercial product etc)
to open wide / unrestrictedly
Kaiping county level city in Jiangmen 江門|江门, Guangdong / Kaiping district of Tangshan city 唐山市, Hebei
to whet the appetite / appetizing / to amuse oneself at sb's expense / to tease
to reopen / to start again
to draw up (a document)
to open up / to set up / to establish
to withdraw
(of news) to spread / to get around
Kaiyuan county level city in Tieling 鐵嶺|铁岭, Liaoning
to unscrew / to twist off (a lid) / to turn on (a faucet) / to switch on (by turning a knob) / to turn (a door handle) / to wrench apart
whet the appetite
to pull open / to pull apart / to space out / to increase
to get sth open by tapping or striking it / (figuratively, when followed by sth like ∼的大門|的大门) to open the door to ~ / to gain access to ~
to pay (expenses) / expenses / (old) to dismiss (an employee)
to push open (a gate etc) / to push away / to reject / to decline
to reform and open to the outside world / refers to Deng Xiaoping's policies from around 1980
spacious and well-lit / open and clear / (of character) optimistic / cheerful / carefree
to extract (ore or other resource from a mine) / to exploit / to mine
to reverse a vehicle / to drive backwards

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