German English Dictionary

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verschlossen in English:

1. locked locked

I locked myself out.
Tom always worried about getting locked out of his own apartment.
Get back before midnight, or you will be locked out.
I rushed to Grannie's house and it wasn't locked, so I went inside.
Tom managed to escape from the room where his kidnappers had kept him locked up.
You should have locked, or at least closed, all the doors.
That's strange. I could have sworn that I'd locked this door.
I was locked out! There's got to be something fishy going on.
Her arms were wrapped around her knees, her chin rested on her locked hands.
The car is kept in a garage, under cover and locked.
I took the shortcut back to the woods, locked my shelter, and opened the basket.
When she looked, he shut the door and locked her into the totally dark closet.
Let me out, somebody. I'm locked in.
The killer broke the window to get into the house because the doors were locked.
It’s locked

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