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  1. lock

    • IPA[lɒk]

    英式

    • n.
      a mechanism for keeping a door, window, lid, or container fastened, typically operated by a key;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, etc.) become or be able to be secured with a lock
    • noun: lock, plural noun: locks

    • verb: lock, 3rd person present: locks, gerund or present participle: locking, past tense: locked, past participle: locked

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a mechanism for keeping a door, window, lid, or container fastened, typically operated by a key:

      the key turned firmly in the lock

    • 2. a device used to prevent the operation or movement of a vehicle or other machine:

      a steering lock

      a bicycle lock

    • 3. 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

    • 4. (in wrestling and martial arts) a hold that prevents an opponent from moving a limb.
    • 5. a number of interlocked or jammed items:

      I have seen all Albermarle Street closed by a lock of carriages

    • 6. a short section of a canal or river with gates and sluices at each end which can be opened or closed to change the water level, used for raising and lowering boats:

      there was a lock every quarter of a mile

    • 7. the turning of the front wheels of a vehicle to change its direction of motion.
    • 8. the maximum extent that the front wheels of a vehicle can be turned.
    • 9. a player in the second row of a scrum.
    • 10. a person or thing that is certain to succeed; a certainty:

      all of this makes him a lock to make the Hall of Fame

    • 11. a mechanism for exploding the charge of a gun.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. fasten or secure (something) with a lock:

      she closed and locked her desk

    • 2. (of a door, window, etc.) become or be able to be secured with a lock:

      the door will automatically lock behind you

    • 3. enclose or shut in by locking or fastening a door, lid, etc.:

      the prisoners are locked in overnight

      Phil locked away the takings

    • 4. 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

    • 5. (of a mobile phone) operate only on the network of a particular carrier:

      the phone is locked to T-mobile

    • 6. make or become rigidly fixed or immovable:

      he locked his hands behind her neck

      their gaze locked for several long moments

    • 7. go through a lock on a canal:

      we locked through at Moore Haven

    • adj. fastened or secured with a lock:

    • behind locked doors

      a double-locked safe

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    • adj. fastened or secured with a lock:

    • behind locked doors

      a double-locked safe

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    • adj. having hair of a specified kind:

    • a golden-locked little girl

      his curly-locked comrades

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    • adj. having hair of a specified kind:

    • a golden-locked little girl

      his curly-locked comrades

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    • n. a jail, especially a temporary one.

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    • n.
      a lock fitted with a device that prevents it from being unlocked until a set time.
    • v.
      secure (a door or other locking mechanism) with a time lock.

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    • IPA[läk]

    美式

    • n.
      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
    • v.
      fasten or secure (something) with a lock:
    • she closed and locked her desk

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    • IPA[läk]

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    • n.
      a piece of a person's hair that coils or hangs together:
    • she pushed back a lock of hair

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    • IPA[lɒk]

    英式

    • n.
      a piece of a person's hair that coils or hangs together:
    • she pushed back a lock of hair

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  2. 知識+

    • Jason Derulo-locked In love翻譯

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    • spin lock中文意思是什麼?

      1. spin lock中文意思是什麼? spin lock ( 旋轉鎖) 2. 要請別人開啟時用spin lock? (1) lock 鎖 (n) (v) <---> unlock 開;開啟(鎖) (v) (2) block 封鎖 (n) (v) 所以我想你直接請對方 unlock (the block) 應該就可以囉! 希望對你有幫助喔!

    • 再問「lock and load」這句話的中文

      lock譯成打開保險是不恰當的 它是 lock the magazine/cartridge into the gun 將彈藥匣或子彈裝入槍內 而load是 load the ammunition...