Associations to the word «Locked»

Wiktionary

LOCKED, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of lock
LOCKED, adjective. Of a door, etc, that has been locked (with a key).
LOCKED, adjective. (Dublin) Very drunk.
LOCKED FAULT, noun. (geology) A fault that does not slip due to high friction. Such faults accumulate stress which is finally released as an earthquake.
LOCKED GROOVE, noun. The inner groove on a vinyl record in the form of a closed loop, which traps the tonearm and needle, preventing it from entering the label area.
LOCKED GROOVES, noun. Plural of locked groove
LOCKED NUCLEIC ACID, noun. (biochemistry) (genetics) a synthetic form of RNA, in which the ribose is modified to be locked into a specific conformation by adding extra chemical bonding.
LOCKED OUT, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of lock out
LOCKED ROTOR AMP, noun. A specification which indicates the current amperage being drawn by an electric motor when it is "locked up", i.e., not turning.
LOCKED UP, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of lock up

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