Definición de opening en inglés:


Saltos de línea: open|ing
Pronunciación: /ˈəʊp(ə)nɪŋ


  • 3An opportunity to achieve something: they seem to have exploited fully the openings offered
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Entrepreneurs with an eye for opportunities have seized on openings offered by the JFPM to create their own niche markets in the complex.
    • They haven't had many openings that are this opportune for them, and so they're naturally taking it, and you know, one can't blame them, that's politics.
    • You and Gabrielle can see opportunities and openings that we can't, and you're both fast enough to take them.
    opportunity, chance, favourable time/occasion/moment, right set of circumstances, moment, occasion, window (of opportunity), possibility, turn, time
    informal break, lucky break, shot
  • 3.1An available job: there are few openings for the ex-footballer
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • There were no professional openings available to me in Scotland at the time.
    • Todd Brun has put together a list of faculty openings and postdoctoral positions available in quantum information processing.
    • The cost of a public school and university education was high for middle-class families, and there was increased competition for available openings in the professions.
    vacancy, position, job, opportunity


[attributive] Volver al principio  
  • Coming at the beginning of something; initial: she stole the show with her opening remark
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • They also contested the opening match of the inaugural Asian test championship at Calcutta.
    • In my opening remarks at the beginning of the hearing I drew attention to this.
    • He justified his inclusion on the British Lions tour of Australia in the summer, scoring a try in the opening test match in Adelaide which the Lions won.

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