[ ˈə͡ʊpənɪŋ ɪn tuː], [ ˈəʊpənɪŋ ɪn tuː], [ ˈəʊ_p_ə_n_ɪ_ŋ ɪ_n t_uː]
Antonyms for the phrase "opening into" include closing off, blocking, sealing, and concealing. These words contrast with the idea of opening into, implying an obstruction or lack of access. Closing off suggests the end of a passage or the prevention of entrance or exit. Blocking implies an obstacle preventing forward progress or the closing of a space by physical means. Sealing refers to the act of closing a container or a space by making it airtight. Finally, concealing suggests the purposeful hiding or covering of an opening, making it intentionally difficult to find or access. All of these words are antonyms of "opening into," conveying the opposite ideas of closure, obstruction, and concealment.
Word of the Day
- Eye evisceration is a gruesome term that refers to the removal or extraction of the eye's contents. As unpleasant as it sounds, there are a few synonyms that can be used to describ...