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Translation of interlock in Spanish:

intransitive verb

American English: /ˌɪn(t)ərˈlɑk/
British English: /ɪntəˈlɒk/
  • 1.1 (join)
    Example sentences
    • The self-climbing scaffolds are interlocked and climb together.
    • The spicules are interlocked or joined to form the shell wall.
    • The loom's upper beam is then pulled down, to interlock the threads together.
    Example sentences
    • The two swords interlocked with each other, creating a double-edged blade.
    • Her uncle looked at his little niece, her face flashing orange and green and her fingers interlocking in awkwardness.
    • Their fingers interlocked lovingly as he stared into her eyes.


American English: /ˈɪn(t)ərˌlɑk/
British English: /ˈɪntəlɒk/
  • (fabric)
    (before noun) (knit/underwear)
    de interlock
    Example sentences
    • Made of 100% combed cotton interlock fabric, it has cap sleeves and a round neck.
    • For lettucing or ruffling, choose a fabric that has crosswise stretch, such as a cotton/spandex blend, cotton interlock or ribbing.
    • Is it possible to dye cotton interlock successfully?

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