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    "We got it locked"

    I hear all the time people saying "we got it locked", "it's on lock" or something like that. What does it actually mean? I've always thought it meant something similar to "it's in the bag", it's accomplished, it's done etc.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong and give me the definition of the phrase.
    Thanks in advance


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    Re: "We got it locked"

    Quote Originally Posted by Blabbermouth View Post
    I hear all the time people saying "we got it locked", "it's on lock" or something like that. What does it actually mean? I've always thought it meant something similar to "it's in the bag", it's accomplished, it's done etc.
    Please correct me if I'm wrong and give me the definition of the phrase.
    Thanks in advance
    We would need more context to tell what the particular meaning is for a given situation, BM. I've never heard "it's on lock" to mean "it's in the bag" but I suppose it might be used in a slightly different manner in different dialects. I'm familiar with, "It's a lock".

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