Translation of lock up in Spanish:
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1(valuables)guardar bajo llave(person)1.2(house/shop)1.3cerrar con llave(capital)my money is locked up in the business1.4 (make sure of)mi dinero está atado or metido en el negocio(American English) [colloquial]he has the appointment locked uptiene el nombramiento asegurado or [colloquial] en el bote or (Mexico) [colloquial] en la bolsa
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