the policy of admitting people of all nationalities or ethnic groups to a country upon equal terms, as for immigration.
the policy or practice of trading with all nations on an equal basis.
admission or access; unrestricted opportunity: His experience had given him an open door to success in his field.
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- open dating,
- open day,
- open diapason,
- open die,
- open dislocation,
- open doors,
- open drainage,
- open drop anesthesia,
- open drop technique,
- open educational resource
Origin of open door
First recorded in 1520–30
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a policy or practice by which a nation grants opportunities for trade to all other nations equally
free and unrestricted admission
open to all; accessible
(in industrial relations) designating a policy of management being prepared to talk to workers in the office at any time
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see open the door to.
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