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Sense: Verb: unlock
Synonyms:
unlock , unbar, unclose, unfasten, unbolt, open the lock on, lift the latch on, throw sth open, crack sth open, reopen, uncork, undo
Antonyms:
close , shut , slam shut, bar , lock , padlock , tighten , bolt , screw on, jam , batten down, barricade, fasten , zip up
Sense: Verb: uncover
Synonyms:
uncover , unfold , unwrap , unseal, unroll, expose , reveal , unfurl
Antonyms:
cover , roll , roll up, fold up, fold away, keep out of sight, draw back, bury, suppress
Sense: Adjective: opened
Synonyms:
uncovered, ajar, unfurled, agape, unhindered, gaping, yawning, exposed , undone , unfolded, unwrapped, rent , torn , unenclosed, unsealed
Antonyms:
closed , shut , closed down, unclear , covered, inaccessible, secret , unpublished, ambiguous, condensed, reduced, bunched, behind the scenes
Sense: Adjective: frank
Synonyms:
frank , upfront (informal), straight , candid, straight up (slang), direct , plain , honest , straightforward , forthcoming , plainspoken, plain-spoken, plain-speaking, blunt
Antonyms:
secretive, secret , sly , surreptitious, shifty, deceptive , covert, sneaky , underhand, crafty , dodgy (UK, informal), hesitant, cagey
Sense: Adjective: receptive
Synonyms:
receptive, welcoming , responsive , sympathetic , amenable , openminded, open-minded, ready , accepting, tolerant, broad-minded
Sense: Adjective: expansive
Synonyms:
expansive, sprawling, spread out, extensive , endless , extended , spacious, roomy, airy, open-plan
Sense: Adjective: available
Synonyms:
available , accessible , public , free , unrestricted, welcoming , unreserved, unregulated, on hand, to hand, general , universal
Antonyms:
forbidden , barred, banned, disallowed, restricted , unwelcome, limited , refused
Sense: Adjective: unobstructed
Synonyms:
unobstructed, cleared, clear , unblocked, unoccupied, free , unclogged, unstopped, unimpeded, passable
Antonyms:
obstructed, shrouded, clouded, blocked, bolted, locked, sealed , fastened, latched, occupied, taken , built-up, cluttered, out of bounds, off-limits
Sense: Adjective: not yet decided
Synonyms:
undecided, up for debate, up for discussion, debatable, uncertain , unresolved, pending , disputable, in question, not yet settled, up in the air (informal), moot , yet to be decided
Antonyms:
decided , certain , agreed upon, settled , determined , fixed , non-negotiable, out of the question, not up for discussion
Sense: Adjective: unlocked
Synonyms:
unlocked, unbolted, unbarred, unlatched, unfastened
Sense: Verb: start
Synonyms:
start , start off, get started, kick off (informal), get underway, begin , launch , commence , initiate , get going (informal), lead off
Antonyms:
close , end , finish , terminate , conclude , complete , bring to a close, wrap up (informal), take a breather (informal), pause , have a break, adjourn, call it a day
Sense: Verb: begin business - sometimes followed by 'up'
Synonyms:
set up, go into business, open for business, open your doors, open up, set up shop, get to work, establish , found
Antonyms:
close , shut , close down, go out of business, go bankrupt, go into receivership, go to the wall, go belly-up, wind up, shut up shop
Sense: Verb: make an opening
Synonyms:
pierce, breach , puncture , punch a hole in, penetrate, force your way into, force an entrance, force , break in, burst in, break open, crack , jimmy (slang), jemmy (UK, slang), prize sth open, prise sth open (UK), pry sth open (US)
Antonyms:
fill , fill in, cover up, plug , draw , wrap , cover , put a lid on, put up, weld
Sense: Verb: clear a passage
Synonyms:
clear , free , unclog, unstop, loosen, pave the way
Sense: Verb: make available - sometimes followed by 'up'
Synonyms:
make sth accessible, make sth public, put sth forward, make sth obtainable, make sth usable, extend
Antonyms:
withdraw , take away, take back, put away, discontinue, take off the shelves, hide , conceal , stash , recall , limit
Sense: Verb: become open
Synonyms:
crack , split , give way, burst , break up, rupture, crack open, burst open

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