Definitions for open door
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word open door
open-door policy, open door(noun)
the policy of granting equal trade opportunities to all countries
freedom of access
"he maintained an open door for all employees"
Open Door was a programme produced by the BBC's Community Programme Unit. It was first broadcast on 2 April 1973. The programme gave people control of the airwaves and was a platform for the public to talk about its own issues and give their own views without editorial input. The programme was later replaced by Open Space.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
When I did my former career, I loved it, that door closed, and now here is another open door.
You can do anything you think you can. This knowledge is literally the gift of the gods, for through it you can solve every human problem. It should make of you an incurable optimist. It is the open door.
It's an open door to give value and solidity to Eni's balance sheet, but it will not be a necessary outcome. There is much less to spend than in Mozambique and the new gas is aimed at the local domestic market with prices disconnected from those of oil, which today are at six-year lows.
I had access to all musicians and artists, from Barbra Streisand to Paul McCartney to Michael Jackson, it was like an open door. The Lord blessed me with that — I prayed to God and my prayer he answered. He said, 'OK, you got the whole world now.' Every time I'd get in the car to go somewhere, I'd hear me playing the bass ... I was all over the place. I released the funk on everybody.
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