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opening in Arts topic

openingopening2 ●○○ adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š ABEGINNINGfirst or beginning πŸ”Š the opening match of the season πŸ”Š the opening chapter of the book πŸ”Š the chairman’s opening remarks
Examples from the Corpus
openingβ€’ He is opening bat in his school's cricket team and is Bedfordshire Schools' table tennis champion.β€’ In the opening chapter, Ramona sits at the breakfast table thinking about the first day of school.β€’ The team, yet to be named in full, will play their opening home game against Rome on April 16.β€’ Already, he thought, Siward had suffered a little in the opening moves.β€’ Then a few days later we had opening night, and I was in my first tuxedo.β€’ The opening night of the Folies had been postponed for two days.β€’ They reached 38 in that period and the opening partnership blossomed to 85.β€’ The audience strongly objected to the opening remarks of the president's speech.β€’ the opening round of the tournamentβ€’ Hilary makes a brief appearance in the opening scene, but doesn't have a major part.β€’ The relevance of this variant comes earlier in the poem whose opening stanzas call for a painting of Ariadne deserted on Naxos.