locked

locked(
lakt
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (secured with a lock)
a. cerrado
The car is locked, and we left the keys inside.El carro está cerrado, y dejamos las llaves dentro.
b. cerrado con llave
Is the door to the apartment locked?¿Está cerrada con llave la puerta del apartamento?
2. (shut away)
a. encerrado
She's been locked in her room for three days, and she refuses to come out.Lleva tres días encerrada en su habitación y se niega a salir.
3. (immobilized)
a. trabado
When the piece is in that position, the gun is locked.Cuando la pieza está en esa posición, el arma queda trabada.
b. bloqueado
The key to my car won't turn over and my steering wheel is locked.Las llaves de mi carro no giran y el volante está bloqueado.
4. (joined)
a. entrelazado
The demonstrators were walking with locked arms.Los manifestantes caminaban con los brazos entrelazados.
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