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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish abierto.

AdjectiveEdit

abiérto

  1. open
  2. accessible

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish abierto, from Latin apertus, perfect passive participle of verb aperiō (to open).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /aˈbjerto/, [aˈβjert̪o]

AdjectiveEdit

abierto (feminine singular abierta, masculine plural abiertos, feminine plural abiertas)

  1. open (not closed; accessible)
    La puerta está abierta.
    The door is open.
    Antonyms: cerrado
  2. open (actively conducting business)
    A ver si el banco está abierto todavía.
    Let's see if the bank is still open.
    Antonyms: cerrado
  3. open (receptive)
    Un buen profesor estará abierto a las sugerencias de sus alumnos.
    A good professor will be open to their students' suggestions.
    Antonyms: cerrado
  4. open (not subtle in character)
    Antonyms: cerrado
  5. (phonetics) open (uttered with a wide opening of articulators)
    Antonyms: cerrado

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NounEdit

abierto m (plural abiertos)

  1. (sports) open (event in which anyone can compete)

VerbEdit

abierto m (feminine singular abierta, masculine plural abiertos, feminine plural abiertas)

  1. past participle of abrir

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