master keyed

  adj.
   1. of or pertaining to a cylinder or group of cylinders which are or are to be combinated so that all may be operated by their own change key(s) and by additional key(s) known as master key(s)
   2. a warded lock whose warding has been designed to allow different hierarchies of keys to operate

Locksmith dictionary . 2014.

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  • master keyed only —   adj.    of or pertaining to a lock or cylinder which is or is to be combinated only to a master key …   Locksmith dictionary

  • grand master keyed —   adj.    of or pertaining to a lock or cylinder which is or is to be keyed into a grand master key system …   Locksmith dictionary

  • great grand master keyed —   adj.    of or pertaining to a lock or cylinder which is or is to be keyed into a great grand master key system …   Locksmith dictionary

  • great great grand master keyed —   adj.    of or pertaining to a lock or cylinder which is or is to be keyed into a great great grand master key system …   Locksmith dictionary

  • construction master keyed —   adj.    of or pertaining to a cylinder which is or is to be operated temporarily by a construction master key …   Locksmith dictionary

  • master key —   n.    1. a key which operates all the master keyed locks or cylinders in a group, each lock or cylinder usually operated by its own change key    2. v. to combinate a group of locks or cylinders such that each is operated by its own change key… …   Locksmith dictionary

  • master-ring — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : a cylindrical ring surrounding the plug in a master keyed lock …   Useful english dictionary

  • building master key —   n.    a master key which operates all or most master keyed looks in a given building …   Locksmith dictionary

  • department master key —   n.    a master key which operates all or most master keyed locks of a given department …   Locksmith dictionary

  • floor master key —   n.    a master key which operates all or most master keyed locks on a particular floor of a building …   Locksmith dictionary

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