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imprison, put in jail
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Lock up may refer to:
- Lock Up (American band), an American rock band, featuring guitarist Tom Morello during his pre-Rage Against the Machine career
- Lock Up (UK band), a UK grindcore band
- Lock Up (film), a 1989 movie featuring Sylvester Stallone
- Lock-Up (comics), a character from the Batman comics
- Lock-Up (TV series), a 1959 American legal drama series
- Lockup (TV series), a prison documentary series on MSNBC
- Village lock-up, a small prison used to detain people temporarily
- Lock-up provision, a corporate finance term
- Lock-up period, a term concerning initial public offerings of stock
- Lock-up, a prison cell in a police station used to hold prisoners until they are produced before a magistrate. Contrasted with a Lock-down
- The particular graphic arrangement of a logo and accompanying elements, such as a company name or a tagline.
- Lock Up, a BBC radio show hosted by Mike Davies featuring mostly punk associated acts
- Lock Up, a stage at the Reading & Leeds music festival named after the radio show
- In computing, a hang.
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1. secure by locking; "lock up the house before you go on vacation"
(hypernym) fasten, fix, secure
(derivation) locking, lockup
2. place in a place where something cannot be removed or someone cannot escape; "The parents locked her daughter up for the weekend"; "She locked her jewels in the safe"
(synonym) lock in, lock away, lock, put away, shut up, shut away
(derivation) locking, lockup
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to be assured of success The candidate has already locked up the nomination to be a candidate for president in the next election.
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To "lock up" a seat in a cash game means to place a poker chip, player's card, or other personal effect on the table in front of the seat, to signify that the seat is occupied even though the player may not be present.
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