any freely distributable and editable content, esp. on the Web
Information that is in the public domain is also considered a form of open content.
noun, U.S. Politics. 1. a party convention at which delegates are free to vote for the candidate of their choice.
noun 1. a couplet that concludes with a run-on line.
- Open court
noun 1. a court or trial to which members of the public are freely admitted
noun, Mathematics. 1. a cover of a set consisting entirely of open sets.