Translation of opening in Spanish:

opening

Pronunciation: /ˈəʊpnɪŋ/

n

  • 2 2.1 u c (beginning, initial stage) apertura (f), comienzo (m); (before n) [remarks] inicial opening price precio (m) inicial the opening scene la primera escena 2.2 c [Games] apertura (f); (before n) [move/gambit] de apertura or salida
  • 3 c u (of exhibition, building) inauguración (f); [Cin] [Theat] estreno (m) the opening of Parliament la apertura del Parlamento (before n) [ceremony] inaugural, de inauguración; [speech] inaugural opening night noche (f) del estreno
  • 4 u (period when open) hours of opening (of shop) horario (m) comercial (of bank, office) horario (m) de atención al público late opening till 8pm on Thursdays los jueves abierto hasta las 8 (before n) opening day día (m) de la inauguración opening hours (in shops, banks) horario (m) de atención al público (in library) horario (m) de apertura (in office) horario (m) de oficina opening time (BrE) hora en que se abren los pubs

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