locked closed

   of or pertaining to a condition wherein the bolt(s) are engaged and the lock(s) are restricting access

Locksmith dictionary . 2014.

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  • closed — [ klouzd ] adjective ** ▸ 1 covering passage/hole ▸ 2 not doing business ▸ 3 not allowed to everyone ▸ 4 not considering ideas ▸ 5 with fixed number of something ▸ 6 forming complete circle ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) if a door, window, lid, etc. is closed …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • closed — [adj1] shut, out of service bankrupt, dark, fastened, folded, gone fishing*, locked, not open, out of business*, out of order*, padlocked, sealed, shut down; concept 576 Ant. in business, open, running, working closed [adj2] finished, terminated… …   New thesaurus

  • closed the door upon — locked the door in the face of …   English contemporary dictionary

  • closed up — locked up, shut …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Locked room mystery — The locked room mystery is a sub genre of detective fiction wherein a crime such as murder is committed under apparently impossible circumstances typically involving a crime scene that no intruder could have entered or exited (thus locked room ) …   Wikipedia

  • closed */*/ — UK [kləʊzd] / US [kloʊzd] adjective 1) if a door, window, lid etc is closed, it is covering an open area, passage, or hole closed curtains All the doors are closed and locked. tightly closed/closed tight: Keep your eyes tightly closed. 2) not… …   English dictionary

  • Closed circle of suspects — The closed circle of suspects is a common element of detective fiction, and the subgenre that employs it can be referred to as the closed circle mystery.[1][2][3] Less precisely, this subgenre works with the closed circle literary device is… …   Wikipedia

  • locked-in — I. ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: from past participle of lock in : unalterably fixed a locked in finish II. adjective : unable or unwilling to shift invested funds because of the tax effect of realizing capital gains * * * lo …   Useful english dictionary

  • closed*/*/ — [kləʊzd] adj 1) if something such as a door or window is closed, it is not open All the doors are closed and locked.[/ex] 2) not operating or doing business Ant: open All the shops were closed.[/ex] This part of the museum is closed to the public …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Closed bolt — A semi or full automatic firearm which is said to fire from a closed bolt is one where, when ready to fire, a round is in the chamber and the bolt and working parts are forward. When the trigger is pulled the firing pin or striker fires the round …   Wikipedia

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