1. Verb.  To lock in.
  2. Verb.  To inclose.
  3. Noun.  A locking in.
  4. Noun.  That which is locked in.
  5. Noun.  The process of locking in.
  6. Noun.  An inner or interior lock.
  7. Noun.  A lock allowing entry in or into.
  8. Noun.  (legal, UK) Any corner or part of a common field plowed up and sowed with oats, etc. and sometimes fenced in with a dry hedge while the lave of the field lies fallow and common.

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