el diccionario español - inglés

español - English

abierto inglés:

1. open open


Open your mouth!
You are the most honest and open woman I’ve met.
We should keep every school open and every teacher in his job.
People who regularly work in the open air do not suffer from sleeplessness.
I didn't have to open the letter. I knew exactly what it said.
In order to get the coconut milk, you must first crack the coconut open.
You need to open an account at a bank to receive the payment.
It is an open secret that he deals in weapons.
Tom wondered if Mary would think that eight in the morning was too early for him to open a bottle of wine.
The fight for civil rights in the United States started in 1954, when the government said school had to be open to everyone.
Japan came under American pressure to open its financial market.
I'll open the curtain for you to look out.
Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, half shut afterwards.
Only through protest can a free and open society be maintained.
The cones of the jack pine, for example, do not readily open to release their seeds until they have been subjected to great heat.

Inglés palabraabierto"(open) ocurre en conjuntos:

Shopping and Service - Compras y Servicios
Fichas del libro - "Sailing" (E. F. Knight)
Fichas del libro - "Cord and Creese" (James de Mille)
Fichas del libro - "His Dog" (Albert Payson Terhune)
Fichas del libro - "Familiar Quotations" (Various)

otras palabras que comienzan con "A"

abandonar
abanico
abeja
abogado
abrazar
abrazo