English version

wide open

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwide openwide openif a competition, election etc is wide open, it is possible for anyone to succeed Most experts agree that the election is wide open at this point. wide
Examples from the Corpus
wide openAfter the stale fug in the tiny cabin, she gulped down the clean sea air, the car window wide open.The snap showed Jennifer with eyes closed and mouth wide open.Their eyes are wide open as they pass the object round.Leave the window wide open in winter; turn off the airconditioning in summer.When I came into the hall, his eyes were wide open, staring straight at me.His eyes seemed darker blue and more wide open than usual.Some of the villa front doors were wide open to him.
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