not closed, unfastened: Someone had left the door wide o-.
passable, not blocked: the main road will be o- next week.
ready to provide a service: The café is o- till 1.00 a.m.
not sealed or warped: There was an o- package on the floor.
not enclosed, without walls: We reached an o- countryside.
extended, unfolded: There was an o- map on the table.
vacant, available: The job advertised last month is still o-.
honest, frank: She has always been o- about her feelings.
not decided, unresolved: The corruption case is still o-.
public, nonexclusive: We have o- meetings on Fridays.
willing to listen to or to accept: She is o- to suggestions.
not occupied or engaged: Keep also an hour o- on Sunday.
available, on hand: There are still several options o- to us.