One is always available to be of guidance, support, aid, or assistance whenever needed. Said especially by an employer or teacher to an employee or pupil. I know you’ve been going through some tough times lately, so if you ever need someone to talk to, I want you to know that my door is always open.
What can I say instead of door always open?
What is another word for door’s always open?
What is the meaning of at their door?
Very close to one’s location, especially of an unwanted thing that is encroaching. We used to think of it as a skirmish on the frontier, but the war is now at our door. This whole area used to be rural, but with rampant development, the suburbs are at our door.
How do you say we are open?
You can say “We opened” or “We have opened.”
What is the synonym of welcoming?
In this page you can discover 14 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for welcoming, like: accessible, accepting, greeting, rejecting, receiving, hailing, embracing, responsive, approach, hugging and approachable.
What does Foot in Mouth mean?
Say something foolish, embarrassing, or tactless. For example, Jane put her foot in her mouth when she called him by her first husband’s name. This notion is sometimes put as having foot-in-mouth disease, as in He has a bad case of foot-in-mouth disease, always making some tactless remark.
What does foot in the door mean?
: to make the first step toward a goal by gaining entry into an organization, a career, etc. He took a job as a secretary to get his foot in the door.
What does it mean to go haywire?
1 : being out of order or having gone wrong the radio went haywire. 2 : emotionally or mentally upset or out of control : crazy is going haywire with grief.
Is already open or opened?
“opened” can only be a conjugated verb: He opened the door. While “open” can be either a verb or an adjective. I open the door. The door is open.
Is it still open or opened?
‘Open‘ is an adjective that means ‘not closed’. They left the door wide open. Is the shop open in the evening? ‘Opened’ is the past tense of the verb ‘open’.
Will remain open or opened?
“The door is kept open” is correct. What is conveyed here is the state of the noun door ( whether open or shut) So you require an adjective ( “open”, not “opened”) to modify the noun door. Both are correct. If you are using it in conversation, feel free to use either one.