English to Czech Meaning of opening - otevírací

Opening :

otvor, perforace, rozštěp, otevírací, poutko, Start, zahájení, začátek, mezera, vynechání, trhlina, rozšíření, manifestace, Zobrazit, výstava, kvetoucí, počátek, práh, open místo, otevřeno, prázdný, prázdnota, volné místo, zlomenina, propast, kout, zjevení, objev, květ, narození, volných pracovních míst, krytina, osvícení, inaugurace, inaugurační, příležitost, šance, výhoda

počáteční, předběžný, otevírací, inaugurační, iniciační, zející, zívání, kvetoucí

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Definitions of opening in English
Noun(1) an open or empty space in or between things(2) a ceremony accompanying the start of some enterprise(3) becoming open or being made open(4) the first performance (as of a theatrical production(5) the act of opening something(6) opportunity especially for employment or promotion(7) the initial part of the introduction(8) a possible alternative(9) an aperture or hole that opens into a bodily cavity(10) a vacant or unobstructed space that is man-made(11) an entrance equipped with a hatch; especially a passageway between decks of a ship(12) a recognized sequence of moves at the beginning of a game of chess(13) the first of a series of actions
Verb(1) cause to open or to become open(2) start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning(3) become open(4) begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.(5) spread out or open from a closed or folded state(6) make available(7) become available(8) have an opening or passage or outlet(9) make the opening move(10) afford access to(11) display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer
Adjective(1) first or beginning
Examples of opening in English
(1) Indeed, they might have won the league too but for losing their opening two matches and then going the remainder of the trip undefeated.(2) There had been an opening made by senior counsel for the appellant which disclosed certain aspects of the defence case.(3) The idea is that one can play this opening without having to memorize a great number of lines.(4) Also, the opening to the story wasn't written by either me or my friend.(5) During fetal development, this opening allows blood in the fetus to bypass the lungs.(6) A double opening will offer new paintings by Aaron Hill entitled Inheritance.(7) Fortunately, an opening became available in the employer's parts department and he was afforded that job.(8) The Upper Eden Cycling Club turned out in force to celebrate the opening of the centre and following the ceremony headed off to Hawes for a round cycle route.(9) The remaining places in the main draw will be filled through the qualifying matches on the opening three days of the competition.(10) Fans had packed pubs across the district, turning them into a sea of red and white shirts and St George's flags to watch England's opening match.(11) Let me quote a short part of his guessing-game, prefaced by his usual opening .(12) A pageant of pupils celebrated their school's history as they welcomed the opening of its new building.(13) The competition commenced on the eve of India's opening match against Holland.(14) The light source is projected over the sample surface onto the opening of aperture 2.(15) But there is no direct evidence that the fresh air supply opening was in fact blocked in any way on this occasion.(16) The opening exchanges were evenly matched but the visitor eventually made the breakthrough on 25 minutes.
Related Phrases of opening
(1) open ::
(2) opening hours ::
Otevírací doba
(3) opening day ::
otevírací den
(4) opening balance ::
Počáteční zůstatek
(5) opening ceremony ::
zahajovací ceremonie
(6) opening up ::
(7) job opening ::
otevření práce
(8) opening time ::
otevírací doba
(9) sleeve opening ::
otevření objímka
(10) opening statement ::
(11) opening night ::
1. hole ::
2. doorway ::
3. opportunity ::
4. vacancy ::
volné místo
5. beginning ::
6. opening ceremony ::
zahajovací ceremonie
7. hatchway ::
palubní průlez
8. initiative ::
9. possibility ::
10. gap ::
11. orifice ::
12. opening night ::
13. unfasten ::
14. unwrap ::
15. uncork ::
16. spread out ::
17. reveal ::
18. open for business ::
19. begin ::
20. give access to ::
umožnění přístupu k
21. give ::
22. unfold ::
23. open up ::
Different Forms
opening, openings
Word Example from TV Shows
No, by opening the door

No, by OPENING the door

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 17

They're opening the doors.

They're OPENING the doors.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 5

For the record,
not your worst opening line.

For the record, not your worst OPENING line.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 23

...created by opening windows there.

...created by OPENING windows there.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 10

Stuart has a piece in an art show
that's opening tonight.

Stuart has a piece in an art show that's OPENING tonight.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 20

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