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  • v. to imprison or incarcerate someone
  • v. to invest in something long term
  • v. to close all doors and windows of a place securely
  • v. (computing) to cease responding, to freeze
  • v. (mechanics) to stop moving, to seize

Etymologies

lock + up (Wiktionary)

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