open-face
adjective see open-faced

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • open-face — adjective see open faced …   Useful english dictionary

  • open-face — adjective Being a single slice of bread with a topping …   Wiktionary

  • open-face sandwich — noun sandwich without a covering slice of bread • Syn: ↑open sandwich • Hypernyms: ↑sandwich * * * ↑open faced sandwich * * * ˌopen faced ˈsandwich 8 [open faced sandwich] …   Useful english dictionary

  • open face helmet — A motorcycle helmet which does not wrap around the chin to protect the whole face …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • open face spinning reel — a reel where the line is allowed to peel off the spool when a bale arm is turned aside. There is little or no friction as the reel does not turn as the line comes off …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • open-face crown — a gold crown that covers the labial or buccal cervical region in addition to the lingual, proximal, and occlusal surfaces, or the incisal edge of anterior teeth, the buccal or labial surface of the natural crown being left exposed through the… …   Medical dictionary

  • open face dial —   n.    a combination lock actuator designed to have all the numbers visible at once …   Locksmith dictionary

  • open-faced — [o′pən fāst΄, o′pənfāst′] adj. 1. with the face uncovered 2. having a frank, honest face ☆ 3. designating a sandwich without a top slice of bread: also open face …   English World dictionary

  • open-faced sandwich — also .open face sandwich n AmE a single piece of bread with meat, cheese etc on top British Equivalent: open sandwich …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Open sandwich — Smørbrød, smørrebrød or smörgås, Scandinavian open sandwich at a cafeteria in Norway An open sandwich, also known as an open face/faced sandwich, Ulrich Sandwich, bread baser, or tartine, consists of a single slice of bread with one or more food… …   Wikipedia

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