Definition of lockset in English:

lockset

Syllabification: lock·set
Pronunciation: /ˈläkset
 
/

noun

A complete locking system, including knobs, plates, and a locking mechanism, especially for a door.
More example sentences
  • A deadbolt lock backs up a lockset on entry doors to provide maximum security.
  • They are available in models for simple bike locks, locksets and heavy-duty use.
  • The mortise lockset is the most secure locking mechanism for a door.

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