- adj.上锁的; 不灵活的; 锁定的; 下定决心的
- v.锁住（ lock的过去式和过去分词）; 卡住，不动; 陷入; 卷入（困境、争论、争执等）
I slowly zipped and locked the heavy black nylon bags.
The front door is locked and all the windows are firmly shut.
He had even locked away all the videos of his previous exploits.
The memory of it all was locked deep in my subconscious.
One young policeman stood guard outside the locked embassy gates.
The three leading contenders were locked in a dogfight.
You are mad, Isabel. You should be locked up.
She slammed the door and locked it behind her.
The waste is safely locked away until it is no longer radioactive.
I locked myself out of our apartment and had to break in.
He pulled the drapes shut, locked the door behind him.
She meticulously cleaned the gun and locked it away in its case.
They beat them up and locked them in a cell.
When the clutch broke, the car was locked into second gear.
Presumably the front door was locked when you came down this morning?
There was a time when any personal information that was gathered about us was typed on a piece of paper and locked away in a file cabinet.
It was bidden in rooms with doors about to be locked.
2019年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
The theater audience said good-by as bradford locked the doors for the last time.
2017年高考英语全国卷3 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
While restaurants throw away tons of food each year, much of it remains inaccessible because of locked garbage containers, health regulations, or business policies.
2019年高考英语浙江卷 完形填空 原文收起真题例句
1. firmly fastened or secured against opening;
"windows and doors were all fast"
"a locked closet"
"left the house properly secured"