open your doors

open your doors
open your doors
1 : to allow someone to enter

The country has opened its doors to immigrants.

local churches that open their doors to the homeless in the winter months [=that let homeless people stay there]

2 of a business or organization : to open for business : to begin operating

The new store will be opening its doors next month.

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open your doors — see door
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Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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