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Phrasal Verbs - Lock
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If you put someone in prison for a long time, you lock onto them.
If you avoid people and distractions to do some work, you lock yourself away.
A missile locks out its target.
If you close a building for a period of time, you lock it up.
If a boss closes a factory to stop workers entering, he or she locks the workers up.
If you put something in a secure place to stop it being stolen, you lock it in.
If you lock someone in, you prevent them leaving a place.
If someone is locked away, they are put in prison for a long time.
If you are locked into a scheme, you are free to leave it.
If you lock down a computer, you make it secure.
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