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deadlockedadjective

us   /ˈdedˌlɑkt/
unable to make any progress toward reaching agreement: A second trial, in 1982, ended in a mistrial with a deadlocked jury.
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deadlockedadjective

uk   /ˈdedlɒkt/ us  
used to describe a situation in which people cannot agree and no progress can be made: Italian journalists staged the first of six days of strikes in a bid to reopen deadlocked contract talks.deadlocked on/over sth The sides appeared deadlocked on three key issues.
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