locked

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} kilitli

Tom ofis kapısını kilitli buldu. - Tom found the office door locked.

Evden ayrılmadan önce kapının kilitli olduğunu görün. - See that the door is locked before you leave.

kilitlenmiş
{f} kilitle

Tom dairesine girdikten sonra kapıyı kilitledi. - Tom locked the door after he entered his apartment.

Gerçekten mi? Ben gitmeden önce onu kilitlemiştim. - Really? I had locked it up before I went out.

{s} kenetlenmiş
{s} sıkışmış
{s} birbirine geçmiş
kilitlenmek
kitli
lock
kilitlemek

Bu kapıyı kilitlemek zorundayım. - I have to lock this door.

Kapıyı kilitlemek istedim ama anahtarı kaybettim. - I wanted to lock the door, but I'd lost the key.

lock
kilit

Birisi içeri girmeye çalışır diye kapıyı kilitledim. - I locked the door, in case someone tried to get in.

Tom kapıyı kilitli buldu. - Tom found the door locked.

be locked
kilitlenmek
locked by
(Bilgisayar) kilitleyen
locked door
kilitli kapı
locked oscillator detector
kilitli osilatörlü detektör
locked-in
kilitli-in
locked bite
(Diş Hekimliği) oklüzyon halinde alt çenenin lateral hareketlerini kısıtlayan veya tamamen engelleyen, diş eksen veya tüberkül ilişkileri nedeni ile ögütme hareketlerinin yeterli yapılamadığı durum
locked date
(Bilgisayar) kilitleme tarihi
locked disk
Kilitli Disk
locked file
Kilitli Dosya
locked in a close embrace
sarmaş dolaş olmak
locked oscillator
eşzamanlanmış salıngaç
locked oscillator
eszamanlanmis salingac
locked print
(Bilgisayar) kilitli yazdırma
locked since
(Bilgisayar) kilitlendiği tarih
locked volume
kilitli oylum
lock
{i} bukle

Mary'nin saçının her buklesi yerindeydi. - Every lock of Mary's hair was in place.

lock
kanal içinde gemileri bir yüzeyden diğerine yükseltmek veya alçaltmak için kullanılan havuz
being locked
kilitli kalma
lock
örülmek
lock
(Avcılık) çakmak
lock
(Tıp) meç
lock
kapanmak
lock
hapsetmek
lock
kapak
lock
havuz kapağı
lock
(Bilgisayar) kilitli

Tom kilitli olduğundan emin olmak için kapısını iki kez kontrol etti. - Tom double-checked his door to make sure it was locked.

Tom kapıyı kilitli buldu. - Tom found the door locked.

lock
kitlemek
lock
kilitlenmek
lock
kapatmak
lock
kilit vurmak
lock
sarılmak
lock
yükseltme havuzu
lock
kapalı büğet
lock
bağlamak
lock
(Avcılık) ateşleme tertibatı
lock
(Ticaret) para bağlamak
lock
{f} kilitle

Depoyu kilitlemeyi unuttum. - I forgot to lock the storeroom.

Gerçekten mi? Ben gitmeden önce onu kilitlemiştim. - Really? I had locked it up before I went out.

lock
hareketli arna seddi
keep locked
Kilitli tutmak
land-locked
kara kilitli
be locked in a close embrace
sarmaş dolaş olmak
computer locked
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayar kilitli
digital phase locked loop
sayisal evre kenetleme devresi
exclusively locked file
Özel Kilitlenmiş Dosya
exclusively locked file
Salt Kilitlenmiş Dosya
get locked out
kapıda kalmak
i've locked my keys in the car
anahtarlarımı arabada unuttum
lock
bloke etmek
lock
{f} birbirine geçmek, kenetlenmek
lock
{i} kanal havuzu
lock
{i} boyunduruk
lock
kilitli şey
lock
güreşte birkaç çeşit yakalama usulü
lock
{f} birbirine geçmek
lock
{f} takılmak
lock
{i} çoğ. saçlar
lock
{i} kilitlenme

Tom daima kilitlenmeli. - Tom should be locked up forever.

Odana gitmeni ve kapıyı kilitlenmeni istiyorum. - I want you to go to your room and lock the door.

lock
{f} kanal havuzuna sokmak
lock
stock and barrel başta
lock
{i} kıvırcık sakal
lock
yokuşu inerken tekerleği tutan zincir
lock
{i} güreş birkaç çeşit yakalama yöntemi
lock
{i} lüle
lock
{f} bağlamak (para)
lock
{i} silah çakmağı
lock
birbirine geçirmek
lock
durdurmak
lock
lok
lock
(Askeri) Nehir havuzu
lock
{f} (Bilgisayar) kilitlenmek
lock
seçilen nesneyi kilitle
lock
(Askeri) KİLİTLİ DURUM: Bir silahtaki emniyet tertibatının ateşlemeye engel olan kilitli durumu
lock
{i} saç lülesi
phase locked loop
(Askeri) faz kilitli çevrim
to be locked
kilitlenmek
volume is locked
oylum kiliti
with a wish locked away inside
içe gömülmüş bir arzu ile
with a wish locked away inside
içe hapsedilmiş bir arzu ile
Englisch - Englisch
Simple past tense and past participle of lock
Of a door, etc, that has been locked (with a key)
The RFG is locked while an analysis is executed The user cannot perform RFG-manipulating actions on the RFG while it is locked
{s} secured with a lock, bolted
means that the LTERM can not be released from the physical terminal to which it is assigned
firmly fastened or secured against opening; "windows and doors were all fast"; "a locked closet"; "left the house properly secured"
a wheel that won't turn is locked
(B) restricted to or away from ["Locked in dummy" means unable to get the lead out of dummy; "locked out of dummy" means unable to get the lead to dummy ]
Hakverenglish | adronato
If you say that people are locked in conflict or in battle, you mean they are arguing or fighting in a fierce or determined way, and neither side seems likely to stop
Date and time the article has been locked
Locked is an attribute of tasks When a task is locked, the schedule de-confliction engine will not attempt to change its assigned start time, duration, or resource possibility assignment All other tasks will be scheduled around a locked task
Describes a permanent state of a chip in a smart card that occurs when all of the Forgot Your Passcode attempts for that chip have been used
Slang: to be restricted to or away from, such as locked in dummy meaning unable to get the lead out of dummy; locked out of dummy means unable to get the lead to dummy
When the computer stops dead in its tracks and has to be rebooted (re-started)
past of lock
locked fault
A fault that does not slip due to high friction. Such faults accumulate stress which is finally released as an earthquake
locked out
Simple past tense and past participle of lock out
locked rotor amp
LRA, or locked rotor amps, is a specification given to refrigeration compressors which indicates the current (amperage) being drawn by the electric motor within a refrigeration compressor when its electric motor is "locked up", such that the motor’s rotor is not turning. The LRA value is used to determine what gauge wire and circuit breaker should be used when wiring the compressor to the circuit breaker panel. Typically, the running amps (current, RA) is the current being drawn when the refrigeration compressor is running normally. The running current for small compressors is around 25% less of the locked rotor current
locked up
Simple past tense and past participle of lock up
locked-in syndrome
A rare, severe physical disorder in which a person cannot speak and is paralyzed—with the possible exception of some voluntary eye movement—while his or her mental faculties remain fully intact

The locked-in syndrome is a medical condition in which, though both level and content of consciousness may be fairly normal, the patient is so severely paralyzed it may appear on superficial examination that he or she has diminished consciousness.

locked file
file on a network which users cannot change or erase
locked himself up in his room
shut himself up in his room
locked in
Shares which cannot yet to be sold at a profit because 80CC tax benefits were claimed which makes it mandatory to hold such shares for three full years, or because booking profit will attract a large amount of tax (for selling shares within a year of acquiring them full tax in the income slab has to be paid) Locked in shares are often devalued by market cycles, i e when a bear cycle sets in, the profits disappear; but so does the feeling of helplessness of the investor
locked in
1: Lingo used to indicate that a rate of return on an investment has been guaranteed for a specific length of time Examples of such investments are certificate of deposits (CDs) and fixed rate bonds
locked in
Investors are said to be locked in when they have profit on a security they own but do not sell because their profit would immediately become subject to the capital gains tax
locked in
Investors are said to be "locked in" when a security they own is trading at a higher price than they paid for, but they choose not to sell in order to avoid having their profit become subject to the capital gains tax
locked in
A hedged position that cannot be lifted without offsetting both sides of the hedge (spread) Also refers to being caught in a limit move
locked in
When an investor has a profit on a security owned, but does not sell because of either the absence of a market or some legal restriction on the sale of the security Also refers to an investor holding a security which has declined below the purchase price who cannot sell without incurring a loss
locked in
Position when an investor is unable to take advantage of preferential tax treatment because of remaining time on a required holding period Also, a commodities position in which the market has a limit up or limit down day and investors are unable move in or out of the market
locked out
had the door closed his face, was left out; unemployed
locked-in
A hedged position that cannot be lifted without offsetting both sides of the hedge (spread) See Hedging Also refers to being caught in a limit price move
locked-in
When used in reference to contributions, locked-in means that, in accordance with the provisions of the Pension Benefits Act, certain contributions required to be made by the member and the employer cannot be withdrawn as a lump-sum payment Contributions to this Pension Plan are locked-in if
locked-in
Refers to pension plan funds that cannot be paid in cash The funds must be used to provide a life-time pension benefit
lock
A mutex or other token restricting access to a resource

the application must first acquire a lock on a file or a portion of a file before reading data and modifying it.

lock
Complete control over a situation

Even though he had not yet done so, Jack felt he had a lock on the game.

lock
A segment of a canal or other waterway enclosed by gates, used for raising and lowering boats between levels

Here the canal came to a check, ending abruptly with a large lock.

lock
Something used for fastening, which can only be opened with a key or combination

Give me the key, said my mother; and though the lock was very stiff, she had turned it and thrown back the lid in a twinkling.

lock
To intertwine or dovetail

We locked arms and stepped out into the night.

lock
To be capable of becoming fastened in place

This door locks with a key.

lock
To freeze one's body or a part thereof in place

a pop and lock routine.

lock
Something sure to be a success

Brian thinks she's a lock to get a scholarship somewhere.

lock
To become fastened in place

If you put the brakes on too hard, the wheels will lock.

mode-locked
Describing a laser in which several modes of oscillation are synchronized so as to generate a strong, short pulse of light
phase-locked loop
an electronic circuit used to lock an oscillator in phase with an arbitrary input signal
tidally locked
Subject to tidal locking
lock
On a canal or river, a lock is a place where walls have been built with gates at each end so that boats can move to a higher or lower section of the canal or river, by gradually changing the water level inside the gates
lock
{n} part of a door or gun, a tuft, hug, place, a barrier in a canal
lock
{v} to fasten with a lock, grapple, fix, unite, form locks for inland navigation
being locked
being secured, being bolted shut, being latched
lock
{i} fastening mechanism which is opened with a key or other device; section of a waterway which is closed off by gates at either end; device in a firearm which explodes the charge; wrestling hold; secure grip; portion of hair, curl of hair
lock
A pointer held to-and possibly, a reference count incremented on-a running object OLE defines two types of locks that can be held on an object: strong and weak To implement a strong lock, a server must maintain both a pointer and a reference count, so that the object will remain "locked" in memory at least until the server calls Release To implement a weak lock, the server maintains only a pointer to the object, so that the object can be destroyed by another process
lock
build locks in order to facilitate the navigation of vessels hold fast (in a certain state); "He was locked in a laughing fit"
lock
any wrestling hold in which some part of the opponent's body is twisted or pressured a fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed a restraint incorporated into the ignition switch to prevent the use of a vehicle by persons who do not have the key enclosure consisting of a section of canal that can be closed to control the water level; used to raise or lower vessels that pass through it a mechanism that detonates the charge of a gun a strand or cluster of hair become rigid or immoveable; "The therapist noticed that the patient's knees tended to lock in this exercise"
lock
To become fast, as by means of a lock or by interlacing; as, the door locks close
lock
hold fast (in a certain state); "He was locked in a laughing fit"
lock
(n ) Any device or algorithm whose use guarantees that only one process can perform some action or use some resource at a time
lock
The barrier or works which confine the water of a stream or canal
lock
tuft or length of hair
lock
To furnish with locks; also, to raise or lower (a boat) in a lock
lock
The period, expressed in days, during which a lender will guarantee a rate Some lenders will lock rates at the time of application while others will allow the borrower to lock the rate after the application is taken Request information from your lender regarding lock procedures
lock
A tuft of hair; a flock or small quantity of wool, hay, or other like substance; a tress or ringlet of hair
lock
To prevent a file or disk from being changed You can lock (or unlock) a file or floppy disk by clicking the Locked checkbox in its "Get Info" window You also can lock a floppy disk by moving the plastic tab in the upper-left corner of its back side so that you can see throught the little square hole Locked disks are also called write-protected
lock
When you lock something such as a door, drawer, or case, you fasten it, usually with a key, so that other people cannot open it. Are you sure you locked the front door? Wolfgang moved along the corridor towards the locked door at the end
lock
A construction for navigating between different water levels on rivers and canals using controlled changes in water levels to float the boat to its new level See also Flash Lock and Pound Lock
lock
A lender's promise to hold a certain interest rate and points for you, for a given number of days, while your loan application is processed If not locked, the interest rates quoted to you may stay the same, decrease, or increase from the day you apply for your mortgage Lock-ins on rates remove the risk of rising rates
lock
A lock is something that will prevent changes from taking place in the Version Control Systems* system In all Version Control Systems*, a lock can be placed upon a checked out file to prevent more than one person changing it at a time In ClearCase, the concept of the lock is extended to include almost anything in the Source Archive including non-source objects such as version labels, etc
lock
become rigid or immoveable; "The therapist noticed that the patient's knees tended to lock in this exercise"
lock
Used to secure a window or patio door when in the closed position
lock
The firing mechanism of a gun
lock
A player in the scrum behind the front row, usually the tallest members of the team
lock
To fasten with a lock
lock
To prevent ingress or access to, or exit from, by fastening the lock or locks of; often with up; as, to lock or lock up, a house, jail, room, trunk
lock
To seize, as the sword arm of an antagonist, by turning the left arm around it, to disarm him
lock
A hand that is guaranteed to win at least part of the pot
lock
lock, stock, and barrel: see barrel. Mechanical or electronic device for securing a door or receptacle so that it cannot be opened except by a key or a code. The lock originated in the Middle East; the oldest known example was found near Nineveh. Possibly 4,000 years old, it is of the pin tumbler type, otherwise known as an Egyptian lock. The Romans were the first to use metal locks and to make small keys for them. They also invented wards, projections in the keyhole that prevent a key from turning unless it has slots that avoid the projections. Probably the most familiar lock today is the cylinder lock, a pin tumbler lock opened by a flat key with a serrated edge; the serrations raise pins in the cylinder to the proper heights, allowing the cylinder to turn. Also common are the unit lock, housed within a rectangular notch cut into the edge of a door, and the mortise lock, housed in a mortise cut into the door edge, the lock mechanism being covered on both sides. Other types include lever and combination locks. Electronic locks that open with a magnetic card key are popular for banks, hotel rooms, and offices
lock
To fasten in or out, or to make secure by means of, or as with, locks; to confine, or to shut in or out often with up; as, to lock one's self in a room; to lock up the prisoners; to lock up one's silver; to lock intruders out of the house; to lock money into a vault; to lock a child in one's arms; to lock a secret in one's breast
lock
{f} fasten shut with a lock; confine by means of a lock; make immovable, fix in place; intertwine, link firmly together; move through a lock or locks (of a vessel); be fastened shut; become immobile; be held in place
lock
A lender's guarantee of an interest rate and related points for a set period of time, usually between loan application and loan closing Protects borrower against rate increases during that time
lock
That part or apparatus of a firearm by which the charge is exploded; as, a matchlock, flintlock, percussion lock, etc
lock
hold in a locking position; "He locked his hands around her neck"
lock
An option exercised by the borrower, at the time of the loan application or later, to "lock in" the rates and points prevailing in the market at that time The lender and borrower are committed to those terms, regardless of what happens between that point and the closing date
lock
keep engaged; "engaged the gears"
lock
A grapple in wrestling
lock
verb Primarily on vert To catch the back wheels or truck on coping as the board reenters the ramp Indicates the board stopped dead, or locked
lock
A fastening together or interlacing; a closing of one thing upon another; a state of being fixed or immovable
lock
To freeze ones body or a part thereof in place
lock
In databases, a restriction of access to a table, portion of a table, or data item imposed to maintain data integrity of a database Locks may be shared (more than one user can access the locked element or elements) or exclusive (the user with the exclusive lock prevents other users from creating simultaneous shared or exclusive locks on the element or elements)
lock
any wrestling hold in which some part of the opponent's body is twisted or pressured
lock
A data structure used to synchronize access to a shared resource The most common use for a lock is in multithreaded programs where multiple threads need access to global data Only one thread can hold the lock at a time; this thread is the only one that can modify the data during this period
lock
A device for keeping a wheel from turning
lock
Used in the context of general equities Make a market both ways (bid and offer) either on the bid, offering, or an in between price only Locking on the offering is done to attract a seller, since the trader is willing to pay (and ask) the offering side when others only ask it Locking on the bid side attracts buyers for similar reasons Typically, sell side requires a plus tick to comply with short sale rules
lock
a fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed
lock
pass by means through a lock in a waterway
lock
If you lock something in a particular position or if it lock there, it is held or fitted firmly in that position. He leaned back in the swivel chair and locked his fingers behind his head There was a whine of hydraulics as the undercarriage locked into position
lock
A lock is a hand guaranteed to win at least part of the pot In a high-low split game, for example, the lock low is the best possible low hand See also nuts
lock
An inclosure in a canal with gates at each end, used in raising or lowering boats as they pass from one level to another; called also lift lock
lock
Lender's guarantee that the mortgage rate quoted will be good for a specific number of days from the day of application
lock
fasten with a lock; "lock the bike to the fence"
lock
A written agreement from the lender guaranteeing the interest rate and the amount of points to be paid at closing to the home buyer This happens after an offer has been made, preventing the lender from raising the interest rate before the closing day
lock
This prevents the locked item from being changed You can lock disks, files and programs
lock
A lock of hair is a small bunch of hairs on your head that grow together and curl or curve in the same direction. She brushed a lock of hair off his forehead
lock
place in a place where something cannot be removed or someone cannot escape; "The parents locked her daughter up for the weekend"; "She locked her jewels in the safe"
lock
To link together; to clasp closely; as, to lock arms
lock
Lender's guarantee that the mortgage rate quoted will be good for a specific number of days from day of application
lock
enclosure consisting of a section of canal that can be closed to control the water level; used to raise or lower vessels that pass through it
lock
a strand or cluster of hair
lock
Depending on the loan program, the borrower may ask the lender to guarantee the interest rate quoted for the loan for a specific period of time, e g 30 days
lock
A place from which egress is prevented, as by a lock
lock
Anything that fastens; specifically, a fastening, as for a door, a lid, a trunk, a drawer, and the like, in which a bolt is moved by a key so as to hold or to release the thing fastened
lock
become engaged or intermeshed with one another; "They were locked in embrace"
lock
To fasten with a lock, or as with a lock; to make fast; to prevent free movement of; as, to lock a door, a carriage wheel, a river, etc
lock
The lock on something such as a door or a drawer is the device which is used to keep it shut and prevent other people from opening it. Locks are opened with a key. At that moment he heard Gill's key turning in the lock of the door An intruder forced open a lock on French windows at the house
lock
build locks in order to facilitate the navigation of vessels
lock
a mental image picture of a nonpainful but disturbing experience the person has had, which depends for its force on earlier secondaries and engrams which the experience has restimulated (stirred up) See also engram; mental image picture; secondary
lock
One of two forwards, who usually wear Nos 4 and 5, and generally the two largest players on a team
lock
a mechanism that detonates the charge of a gun
lock
[BSG] A 36-bit word used as a semaphore to protect data base integrity by serializing access, almost all of which are in the Multics supervisor because the user-ring block/wakeup facility is ill-suited to this use (the supervisor wait/notify protocol is used ) Multics locks are "locked" with the STAC instruction and "unlocked" with the STACQ instruction; zero means "clear", the 36-bit process-ID of the process "holding" the lock means "locked"
lock
If you lock something or someone in a place, room, or container, you put them there and fasten the lock. Her maid locked the case in the safe They beat them up and locked them in a cell
lock
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lock
a restraint incorporated into the ignition switch to prevent the use of a vehicle by persons who do not have the key
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von locked im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

locked memory
(Bilgisayar) locked memory
locked
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