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unlocked

Syllabification: un·locked
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈläkt
 
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Definition of unlocked in English:

adjective

1Not locked: unlocked doors
More example sentences
  • This is not a good idea because an unlocked door leaves people vulnerable to burglary.
  • The suspect had gained entry through an unlocked door.
  • Barry came through the unlocked front door next night.
2(Of a mobile phone) capable of operating on the network of any chosen carrier: with an unlocked phone you can use SIM cards from any service provider
More example sentences
  • The unlocked iPhone means you don't have to make a wireless contract commitment.
  • My wife loves her HTC One, and I love my unlocked Galaxy Nexus.
  • Nowadays inexpensive unlocked cell phones are usually widely available on the market.

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