||found some important information
||Nick looks very confident. I think he's onto something.
||knows that we are doing bad things, wise to us
||The doorman is onto us. He knows we didn't buy a ticket.
||lots, more than we need, scads
||"Do we have enough salad?" "Yes. Oodles!"
|open a can of worms
||(See can of worms)
|open a window
||find a new way of looking at a topic or problem
||That idea opens a window on the causes of war. What do you see?
|open and shut
||easy to judge, not complex
||If either spouse admits adultery, divorce is an open and shut case.
||(See keep an open mind)
||legal to hunt or kill at this time
||Nancy said there should be an open season on sex offenders.
|open some doors
||provide opportunities, help someone succeed
||I'm hoping my college diploma will open some doors.
|open to criticism
||in a position that can be criticized, vulnerable
||If you become a politician you will be open to criticism.