Definition of 'open-door'
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But we will only lose more if this country continues an open door policy. The Sun (2007)The management has always had an open door policy to all its visitors including members of the military. The Sun (2008)What we didn't realize is how much our new situation would challenge our willingness to maintain our open door policy. Christianity Today (2000)Use shelves instead of cupboards, so you don't need space to open doors. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He opened doors for French players in England. The Sun (2007)Wimbledon's open door policy towards him means he has earned 75,000 prize money with not one win to show for it. The Sun (2009)At the same time, a mixture of motivations underlying the government's "open door" policy pointed to future problems. Refugees in the Age of Total War (1988)I have introduced changes to end Labour's open door policy. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'open-door'
British English: open-door ADJECTIVE
If a country or organization has an open-door policy towards people or goods, it allows them to come there freely, without any restrictions.
...reformers who have advocated an open door economic policy.
Definition of open-door from the Collins English Dictionary
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