(philosophy) the failure of natural languages to determine future usage, particularly the ability of predicates to permit the construction of borderline cases
- Open the door to
Also, open doors. Create an opportunity for, as in Legalizing marijuana may open the door to all kinds of abuse, or Her statement opened the door to further discussion, or Dad’s connections at the hospital have opened doors for Richard’s colleagues at medical school. [ Late 1600s ]
[oh-puh n-tim-berd] /ˈoʊ pənˈtɪm bərd/ adjective, (of a roof, ceiling, etc.) 1. constructed so that the timbers are exposed.
noun 1. any dog that barks or bays on the trail of its quarry.
- Open trading protocol
Internet Open Trading Protocol