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  1. lock

    • IPA[läk]

    美式

    • n.
      a mechanism for keeping a door, lid, etc., fastened, typically operated only by a key of a particular form;a device used to prevent the operation or movement of a vehicle or other machine
    • v.
      fasten or secure (something) with a lock;(of a door, window, box, etc.) become or be able to be secured through activation of a lock
    • verb: lock, 3rd person present: locks, gerund or present participle: locking, past tense: locked, past participle: locked

    • noun: lock, plural noun: locks

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a mechanism for keeping a door, lid, etc., fastened, typically operated only by a key of a particular form the key turned firmly in the lock
    • a device used to prevent the operation or movement of a vehicle or other machine a bicycle lock
    • a facility on a computer or mobile phone that requires a user to verify their identity with a passcode or other form of authentication in order to access the full functionality of the device there's a security lock on the phone and he doesn't know the code
    • (in wrestling and martial arts) a hold that prevents an opponent from moving a limb.
    • archaic a number of interlocked or jammed items a street closed by a lock of carriages
    • 2. a short confined section of a canal or other waterway in which the water level can be changed by the use of gates and sluices, used for raising and lowering vessels between two gates there was a lock every quarter of a mile
    • 3. North American informal a person or thing that is certain to succeed; a certainty all of this makes him a lock to make the Hall of Fame
    • 4. historical a mechanism for exploding the charge of a gun.

    動詞

    • 1. fasten or secure (something) with a lock she closed and locked her desk 同義詞 bolt, fasten, bar, secure, make secure, ... 更多反義詞 unlock, open
    • (of a door, window, box, etc.) become or be able to be secured through activation of a lock the door will automatically lock behind you
    • enclose or shut in by locking or fastening a door, lid, etc. he is treated like an unpaid servant and locked in his room
    • 2. restrict access to the full functionality or data of (a computer, mobile phone, file, etc.), especially by requiring a user to verify their identity with a passcode or other form of authentication my computer is locked and I've forgotten my login info I don't want people to read my emails—that's why I lock my phone
    • (of a mobile phone) operate only on the network of a particular carrier the phone is locked to T-mobile
    • 3. make or become rigidly fixed or immovable he locked his hands behind her neck their gaze locked for several long moments 同義詞 join, interlock, mesh, engage, link, ... 更多反義詞 separate, divide
    • 4. go through a lock on a canal we locked through at Moore Haven