локон ; волосы ; пучок ; клок ; зам`ок ; щеколда ; запор ; затвор ; зажим ; шлюз ; плотина ; затор ; захват 'на ключ'; стопор ; чека ; гать ; останов ; венерологическая лечебница;
запирать; замыкать; замыкаться; запирать на зам`ок; запираться на зам`ок; сжимать; стискивать; соединять; сплетать; тормозить; шлюзовать
- Once he had forgotten to lock Mr Corcoran's office and had been harshly reprimanded.
- At Pontypool Park, when the teams drew 7-;7, Dean Oswald, the Pontypool No 8, was sent off, and there were claims that Kevin Moseley, the Newport lock, had been assaulted by a fan.
- This "lock and key" relationship has led to the view that the enzymes' own structure must of necessity be unique and unchanging, and so it is - usually.
- There are, in fact, two "exiles" - scrum-half David Millard and lock forward Damian Cronin, lock-forward - in the 30-strong squad, with two others, Paul Burnell and Derek White, unavailable through injury and retirement, respectively.
- If you are driving alone in a car, do not stop to pick up hitch-hikers, always lock all your doors if you are sitting in a parked car and do not roll down the window to give a suspicious looking stranger directions.
- If you can't take it with you, cover it up, or better still, lock it in the boot.
- The South-West, who beat London last year, have made a total of three changes, choosing the Plymouth wing Steve Walklin instead of Peter Blackett of Bath, and bringing in the Bath lock Nigel Redman in place of his club-mate John Morrison.
- Apparently it was Gibson Strings that pioneered such innovations as the "double lock twist ball" and the use of alloys.
- Without the pounds, boats in passage might have to wait while the locks above filled with water, before the lock through which it is passing can fill.
- Occasionally City police would leave a little note saying, "People have been stealing rugs out of cars, I think you ought to lock yours"."
- WHILE Harlequins were yesterday contemplating the Mystery of the Missing Lock, Leicester, the club they beat in Saturday's Pilkington Cup semi-finals, were gearing themselves for another wearing match tonight.
- To start the saw, the starting lock at the top of the handle has to be pressed forwards and at the same time the trigger switch is squeezed.
- Instead of a "Lock" (or 9,000 cu. ft. of water) being lost by the passage of a barge (or barges) through the ordinary wide lock - only about 90 cu. ft. or one - 100th part of a lock, would be passed down the Canal by the passage of one barge down the Canal and another barge up.