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lockup US English

A jail, especially a temporary one

lock1 US English

Enclose or shut in by locking or fastening a door, lid, etc.

lock something up US English

Shut and secure something, especially a building, by fastening its doors with locks

lockup US Thesaurus

Eileen spent the night in lockup

mirror lock-up US English

A facility incorporated into a reflex camera which allows its mirror to be locked into the raised position.