open-door Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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open-dooradjective [before noun]

uk   /ˌəʊ.pənˈdɔːr/  us   /ˌoʊ.pənˈdɔːr/
allowing people and goods to come freely into a place or country: an open-door system open-door regulations
Translations of “open-door”
in Chinese (Traditional) (對人或貨物)門戶開放的,開放的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (对人或货物)门户开放的,开放的…
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