Definition of relock in English:

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Pronunciation: /riːˈlɒk/

Entry from British & World English dictionary


[with object]
Lock (a door, container, vehicle, etc.) again: she handed the key to Darren to relock the door
More example sentences
  • And one of the things that these soldiers don't carry with them when they open up a bunker are locks to relock those bunkers, because these are infantry soldiers who are fighting their way north.
  • After relocking the door she climbed the stairs quietly.
  • Becca blinked a few more times before creeping out of the shower and relocking the door.

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