open day


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open day

n
an occasion on which an institution, such as a school, is open for inspection by the public. Also called: at-home US and Canadian name: open house
Translations

open day

n (Brit) (in school, institution) → giornata di apertura al pubblico
References in classic literature ?
It seemed, however, even in the very face of open day, that at least a year had elapsed since all these things had passed, so deep was the impression made in his mind by the dream, and so strong a hold had it taken of his imagination.
During the open day, but more especially in the evening, these birds may be seen in every direction standing frequently by pairs on the hillock near their burrows.
The Portland Hospital has announced that it will host a Pregnancy Open Day on Sunday 22nd November 2015.
And the best way to accomplish this is by attending an open day.
Also, does the open day at your chosen institution cover the subject that you want to study?
RESIDENTS at a Coventry care home will be taking part in an international Mexican Wave to help mark National Care Home Open Day.
The team also gets involved in lots of supporter focused events, including the club's annual Open Day, which this year is supported by the Examiner.
Cleveland College of Art and Design open day at Green Lane, Middlesbrough, 10am-2pm.
A TYNESIDE university is to hold its open day this weekend.
A NORTH East university will welcome visitors for its open day this weekend.
GOLF: KLM Open Day 3 SS4 (12pm), BMW Champs Day 3 SS3 (6.
Today's open day runs from 1pm and 5pm, entry is pounds 1.