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to cease responding, to freeze
to invest in something long term
to imprison or incarcerate someone
to close all doors and windows of a place securely
imprison, put in jail
To lock someone up means to put them in prison or a secure psychiatric hospital. Mr Milner persuaded the federal prosecutors not to lock up his client
If you lock something up in a place or container, you put or hide it there and fasten the lock. Give away any food you have on hand, or lock it up and give the key to the neighbours Control of materials could be maintained by locking up bombs
A sudden failure in the operation of a program or hard disk Lock ups (also called crashes) can result in the loss of any data entered prior to the last save, but a hard disk crash is much more serious, resulting in extensive loss of data and nearly always requiring reformatting of the disk The most effective way to guard against data loss from lock ups is to back up important files regularly Related terms: Crash, Data, Disk, File, Program, Reformatting, Disk crash
When you lock up a building or car or lock up, you make sure that all the doors and windows are locked so that nobody can get in. Don't forget to lock up Leave your car here and lock it up
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"
secure by locking; "lock up the house before you go on vacation
secure by locking; "lock up the house before you go on vacation"
The point at which a car's tires start to skid
Disproportionate amount of droop that occurs during the first few hundred cc’s of flow
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A jail

He's in lockup for 30 days for drunk and disorderly.

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A lock-up is a garage that is used by someone, but is not next to their house. Lock-up is also an adjective. a lock-up garage
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A lock-up is the same as a jail
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A place where persons under arrest are temporarily locked up; a watchhouse
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In letterpress, to position a form in a chase for printing
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{s} may be locked up
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To position a form (a page or several pages) in a chase for letterpress printing
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A period of time, often after an IPO, during which an investor is restricted from selling a particular investment
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jail in a local police station
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{i} act of locking up; prison, jail; temporary detention center
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The juncture at which a tire starts to skid during braking A tire's maximum braking force is developed when it is on the verge of lockup, so a car's shortest stopping distances are produced when its front and rear tires approach lockup simultaneously This is very hard to achieve under varying conditions of load and traction, so one end typically locks up before the other Front-wheel lockup is inherently more stable than rear-wheel lockup
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An agreed upon time between company insiders who hold stock and the underwriters as to how long those shareholders must retain their stock before selling them in the open market It is a show of faith by those holders in the company to the new stockholders Sales of securities by this insider group can be done prior to that time with the consent of the underwriter
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the act of locking something up to protect it
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A lockup period is an initial period during which an investment cannot be redeemed or become subject to the standard liquidity provisions The length of lockup period ranges from manager to manager Hedge funds typically have a lockup period of one year
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    läk ʌp

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    /ˈläk ˈəp/ /ˈlɑːk ˈʌp/

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    [ 'läk ] (noun.) before 12th century. lock + up

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