Hindi translation of 'opening'
opening /ˈəʊpənɪŋ ˈअउपनिङ्/
Word forms: openings
1. adjective before noun
The opening event, item, day, or week in a series is the first one.
...the season's opening game.
2. singular noun
The opening of something such as a book or concert is the first part of it.
...the opening of the film.
3. countable noun
An opening is a hole or empty space through which things can pass.
...a narrow opening in the fence.
4. countable noun
An opening is a good opportunity to do something.
All she needed was an opening to show her abilities.
5. countable noun
An opening is a job that is available.
We don't have any openings now.
6. see also open
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Example Sentences Including 'opening'
She looked wide-eyed towards the doorway where he stood, and opening her mouth she screamed.LOST SUMMER (2002)
I passed by an art gallery in Mayfair and suddenly remembered Marianne's opening at Joseph Kimberly.THE EXECUTION (2002)
One bedroom, one living room, a small bathroom, a tiny kitchen opening onto a slender balcony.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'opening' in Other Languages
- Brazilian Portuguese: de abertura
- Chinese: 第一个的
- European Spanish: de apertura
- French: d'ouverture
- German: Eröffnungs-
- Italian: di apertura
- Japanese: 始まりの
- Korean: 처음의
- Portuguese: de abertura
- Spanish: de apertura
Translation of opening from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary