Definition of 'lock out'
Trends of 'lock out'
Used Rarely. lock out is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'lock out'
British English: lock out /lɒk aʊt/ VERB
If someone locks you out of a place, they prevent you entering it by locking the doors.
They had had a row, and she had locked him out of the apartment.
- American English: lock out
- Arabic: يَحْرِّمُ شَخْصَاً مِنَ الدّخُوْلِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: trancar do lado de fora
- Chinese: 关在外面
- Croatian: spriječiti ulazak zaključavanjem
- Czech: zamknout koho venku
- Danish: lukke ude
- Dutch: buitensluiten
- European Spanish: dejar fuera
- Finnish: lukita ulos
- French: enfermer dehors
- German: aussperren
- Greek: κλείνω έξω
- Italian: chiudere fuori
- Japanese: 締め出す
- Korean: (사람을) 쫓아내다
- Norwegian: låse ute
- Polish: zamknąć drzwi
- European Portuguese: trancar do lado de fora
- Romanian: a încuia afară
- Russian: запереть дверь и не впускать
- Spanish: dejar afuera al cerrar
- Swedish: låsa ute
- Thai: ปิดประตูทางเข้า
- Turkish: kapıyı kilitleyip içeri sokmamak
- Ukrainian: замкнути двері й не впускати
- Vietnamese: khóa cửa không cho vào
Definition of lock out from the Collins English Dictionary
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