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  1. lock-in

    英式

    • n.
      an arrangement according to which a person or company is obliged to deal only with a specific company.;a period during which a person or company is bound by the terms of a contract
    • noun: lock-in, plural noun: lock-ins

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    名詞

    • 1. an arrangement according to which a person or company is obliged to deal only with a specific company.
    • a period during which a person or company is bound by the terms of a contract a lock-in period
    • 2. British a period during which customers are locked into a bar or pub after closing time to continue drinking privately.
    • 3. a protest demonstration in which a group locks itself within an office or factory.
    • ph.
      shut someone into a room or space by locking or fastening a door, lid, etc.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      shut someone into a room or space by locking or fastening a door, lid, etc.

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    • ph.
      involve or entangle someone or something in (an embrace or struggle)

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    • ph.
      involve someone or something in (a difficult or competitive situation)

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    • n.
      a medical condition, usually resulting from a stroke that damages part of the brainstem, in ...

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    • n.
      a medical condition, usually resulting from a stroke that damages part of the brainstem, in ...

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    • IPA[ˈläkin]

    美式

    • n.
      an arrangement according to which a person or company is obliged to deal only with a specific ...

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