Definition of 'open-minded'
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The audience is more receptive and open-minded to experimentation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We only take on people who are open-minded. The Sun (2010)If people were open-minded they would understand that. The Sun (2014)Resolution has said that it will adopt an open-minded approach to the structure of the acquisitions it makes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Be open-minded about new people you meet because what seems like a personality clash can become a very rewarding friendship. The Sun (2011)Londoners are particularly open-minded and receptive. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Remain open-minded and you'll discover the right place to live. The Sun (2012)I listened and learnt and became honest, open-minded and willing. Times, Sunday Times (2015) People seem more open-minded. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Rarely. open-minded is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'open-minded'
British English: open-minded ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as open-minded, you approve of them because they are willing to listen to and consider other people's ideas and suggestions.
He was very open-minded about other people's work.
Definition of open-minded from the Collins English Dictionary
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