be open to (something)

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be open to (something)

To be receptive to or welcoming of something that comes from outside of oneself. You should really try to be more open to suggestions if you want to create the best product possible. I'm open to any ideas as to the best way forward.
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be ˈopen to something

be willing to consider something: We are open to any suggestions you care to make.
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I would certainly be open to a longer deal," he said.
Physicians must be open to these suggestions in order to give women the choices they need to make a personal decision on this very important issue.