There are 2 main translations of lock in verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object in Spanish:

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lock in

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object See parent entry: lock

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There are 2 main translations of lock in verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object in Spanish:

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lock-in
American English: /lɑk ɪn/

noun

  • 1 (Business)
    (in trade)
    claúsula (feminine) de exclusividad
    Example sentences
    • The other landlords in the town thought we were taking their lock-in trade so they wanted to get us closed down and, eventually, we were.
    • However, this deal comes with a £499 upfront arrangement fee, plus a two-year lock-in with a hefty early settlement penalty.
    • On maturity, investors will receive either the final value of the bond (a minimum of 100 per cent of the original amount invested) or the highest lock-in value, whichever is greater.
    Example sentences
    • A producer has an attractive and inelastic revenue source to the extent that "lock-in" makes switching to an alternative painful.
    • The scheme will have a tenure of three to seven years, and will have an initial lock-in period, as specified by each bank.
    • This means that when you use our services you are free from vendor lock-in.
  • 2 (Finance)
    (on a loan)
    bloqueo (masculine) del tipo de interés
  • 3 (British English)
    (in a bar) (periodo en que los clientes continúan bebiendo después de la hora del cierre )
    Example sentences
    • It is also claimed he drank in late-night lock-ins at the Rattlebone and at parties afterwards in the basement of his Highgrove home.
    • I drank with them in the Bricklayer's Arms and enjoyed lock-ins at the pub on the corner of Curtain Road - The Mitre, is it?
    • To relive the excitement of the lock-in, I'll be starting work at closing time tonight, and working through till breakfast.

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