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open housenoun

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[U or S] a situation in which people welcome visitors at any time: We keep open house, so come and see us any time. [C] a time when a house or apartment that is being sold can be looked at by the public [C] (UK open day) a day when an organization such as a school, college, or factory allows members of the public to go in and see what happens there
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