Idiom:  open to something

Meaning

Idiom:  open to something

  • willing to consider something

Example sentences

  • I’m open to suggestions about how we divide up the work for this project.
  • If you’re open to seeing houses in other neighborhoods there are more properties in your price range.
  • Our organization provides a neutral forum open to diverse opinions.
  • Are you open to a lower salary in exchange for profit sharing opportunities?
  • We're open to any advice you might be able to provide for buying properties overseas.
  • My parents are not open to letting me marry someone from another background.
  • How can you talk like that about Muslims? I thought you were open to people from other cultures and faiths.
  • You're not really open to eating anything beyond American cuisine are you?
  • We'd like to hold the conference during the first week of April but we're open to other dates in the spring.
  • Are you open to working evenings and weekends when needed?

Synonyms

  • ready, willing and able


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