Meaning of OPENING in English


n. 1 break, breach, rent, rift, cleft, crack, crevice, fissure, cranny, chink, pit, gap, split, slit, slot, aperture, hole, orifice, separation Flowers grew from openings in the wall 2 opportunity, chance, occasion, toe-hold, foothold, Colloq break, toe or foot in the door, Brit look-in I was waiting for an appropriate opening to make my presentation 3 job, position, opportunity, vacancy Is there likely to be an opening in the art department of your company? 4 beginning, commencement, start, birth, origin, outset, onset, inauguration, launch, send-off, initiation, presentation, debut; vernissage, US start-off, start-up: The opening of the autumn social season was marked by Malcolm's birthday party Aren't you going to the opening at the museum tonight?

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.