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(out) in the open

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(out) in the open(out) in the openinformation that is out in the open is not hidden or secret By now the whole affair was in the open. She never let her dislike for him come out into the open. All these concerns need to be brought out into the open. open
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brought out into the openPractising kungfu puts a person in touch with himself or herself; his or her own failings are brought out into the open.That I should back off from a story that I know needs to be brought out into the open?Often, the criteria - even in the academic world - are assumed, and are hardly brought out into the open.a noisy argument that brought a lot of problems out into the open
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