open-door


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open door

n.
1. Unhindered admission or access.
2. A policy whereby a nation trades with all other nations on equal terms.

o′pen-door′ adj.
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open-door

adjective
Not restricted or confined to few:
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open-door

[ˌəʊpənˈdɔːʳ] ADJ open-door policypolítica f de puerta abierta
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Under our open-door policy, we encourage filmmakers to choose different topics for their films,' she said.
Our open-door policy which our pro-euro politicians have forced upon us to support the principles of a flawed Utopian European State is now exposing both the weakness of these open-door policies and the pathetic ineptitude of our politicians.
The experience of the Vilnius Group countries of NATO's open-door policy and their benefits from the full-fledged membership of the Alliance were presented at the meeting.
Since the time of the late King Abdul Aziz, the government has pursued an open-door policy where the rulers would receive citizens, listen to their complaints and resolve their problems.
The first three chapters establish a foundation for understanding the open-door philosophy by defining the dimensions of the emerging model, describing the increasingly diverse constituencies, and presenting the leadership challenges in transforming the open door.
Coming as part of McDonald's food quality campaign which was launched earlier this year, the Open-Door Program is an opportunity for the public to come and have a closer look at the ingredients used, the preparation process, and hygiene and safety measures in place when preparing McDonald's foodMcDonald's Jordan's Vice President Ms Farah Armoush said, "I encourage everyone to take the tour in our kitchen, to learn more about the high quality standards applied in all our operations, and to better understand how we operate behind the counter and how we maintain high quality and safety measures all the way from receiving the raw ingredients to the counter where the food is served fresh to the customers.
Some companies may even have an open-door policy, permitting people to come in at any time to view the work being done.