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unlock

verb [T]
 
 
/ʌnˈlɒk/ FINANCE
to make something available to be used in order to increase its value or to make a profit from it: If we do not unlock the value of this business, someone else will. The demerger will unlock shareholder value by allowing the two companies to be valued separately. Equity release schemes are a safe and straightforward way of unlocking the cash from your home.
Translations of “unlock”
in Arabic يَفْتَح…
in Korean 열다…
in Malaysian membuka kunci…
in French ouvrir, déverrouiller…
in Turkish açmak, kilidini açmak…
in Italian aprire con chiave…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打開, (尤指用鎖匙或電子設備)開(門)…
in Russian отпирать (ключом)…
in Polish otwierać…
in Vietnamese mở khóa…
in Spanish abrir (con llave)…
in Portuguese destrancar…
in Thai ไข…
in German aufschließen…
in Catalan obrir…
in Japanese (鍵を)開ける…
in Indonesian membuka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打开, (尤指用钥匙或电子设备)开(门)…
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