[o-puh n-web] /ˈɒ pənˈwɛb/
adjective, (of a metal joist or girder)
having a web of zigzag or crisscross lacing.
operating system A graphical user interface server for Sun workstations which handles SunView, NeWS and X Window System protocols. (1995-06-11)
- Open with
Begin with, as in The concert season opens with the Symphony performing Mahler’s Ninth. This idiom uses open in the sense of “begin,” a usage dating from the late 1600s.
[oh-puh n-wurk] /ˈoʊ pənˌwɜrk/ noun 1. any kind of , especially ornamental, as of embroidery, lace, metal, stone, or wood, having a latticelike nature or showing openings through its substance. /ˈəʊpənˌwɜːk/ noun 1. ornamental work, as of metal or embroidery, having a pattern of openings or holes
- Open wound
open wound n. A wound in which the injured tissues are exposed to the air.