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unlockverb [T]

uk   /ʌnˈlɒk/  us   /-ˈlɑːk/
B2 to open something, especially a door that is locked (= fastened with a lock) using a key or an electronic device: I keep worrying that I've left the garage door unlocked.unlock the mystery/secret of sth to discover important new facts about something: A chemical has been discovered that may be the key to unlocking the mysteries of Parkinson's disease.unlock the imagination to make the imagination more active, producing interesting ideas and images: One of poetry's functions is to somehow unlock the imagination.
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en árabe يَفْتَح…
en coreano 열다…
in Malaysian membuka kunci…
en francés ouvrir, déverrouiller…
en turco açmak, kilidini açmak…
en italiano aprire con chiave…
en chino (tradicionál) 打開, (尤指用鎖匙或電子設備)開(門)…
en ruso отпирать (ключом)…
en polaco otwierać…
in Vietnamese mở khóa…
en español abrir (con llave)…
en portugués destrancar…
in Thai ไข…
en alemán aufschließen…
en catalán obrir…
en japonés (鍵を)開ける…
in Indonesian membuka…
en chino (simplificado) 打开, (尤指用钥匙或电子设备)开(门)…
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