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lock sb out of sth

phrasal verb with lock uk   us   /lɒk/ verb
to prevent a ​person or ​organization from having a particular ​advantage, such as a ​lowprice for something: The ​companyrisks being locked out of China's ​boomingcarmarket. Earn better ​yields today without locking yourself out of ​evenhigher ones next ​year.
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