open\ out

open\ out
1. III
open out smth. /smth. out/ open out a newspaper (a parcel, a book, etc.) разворачивать газету и т.д.; open out a map раскрывать /раскладывать/ карту; open out the wings расправлять крылья; open out one's arms раскрывать объятия
2. XVI
open out upon (into) smth. my windows open out upon the day мои окна выходят на залив; this door opens out into the garden эта дверь ведет в сад

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