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open-ended
American English: /ˈoʊpən ˌɛndəd/

Translation of open-ended in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (contract/lease)
    de duración indefinida
    sin plazo definido
    we cannot give an open-ended commitment to support you
    no podemos comprometernos a apoyarlos incondicionalmente
    Example sentences
    • The other reason I make this statement is because a week before this book landed on my desk, I had bought an open-end ticket to Ireland and gave notice of my intention to quit my job.
    • China is launching its first open-end investment fund.
    • These also calculate a NAV in much the same way as the open-end fund.
    1.2
    (discussion)

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