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ˌɪn tərˈlɒk, ˈɪn tərˌlɒk;
verb (used without object)
to fit into each other, as parts of machinery, so that all action is synchronized.
to interweave or interlace, one with another:
The branches of the trees interlock to form a natural archway.
(of switches, signals, etc.) to operate together in a prearranged order.
verb (used with object)
one with another.
to fit (parts) together to ensure coordinated action.
to arrange (switches, signals, etc.) to effect a predetermined sequence of movement.
the fact or condition of interlocking or of being interlocked.
the existence or an instance of an
a device for preventing a mechanism from being set in motion when another mechanism is in such a position that the two operating simultaneously might produce undesirable results.
. a device or system that prevents an automotive engine from starting until the seat belt for any occupied front seat is fastened.
a stretch fabric made with a circular knitting machine having two alternating sets of long and short needles.
a device for synchronizing the action of a camera and sound recorder.
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The teeth on those gears aren't even and the way they
mean they'd never turn.
If two people feel vulnerable simultaneously, these two tendencies can
and increase synergistically.
Each molar has three distinct cusps that
when their jaw is closed, forming a sieve for straining krill from the water.
The reverse has more charming cubs in mittens and booties, all printed on a soft, easily washable cotton
Surrounding this tube is a sheath consisting of three steel segments designed so that they
and form a circular jacket.
The light's waves are precisely tuned to
with each other and become trapped.
Ford will notify owners beginning next week and dealers will inspect for and replace faulty
If the second tip works, you may need a shifter
British Dictionary definitions for
to join or be joined firmly, as by a mutual interconnection of parts
the act of interlocking or the state of being interlocked
a device, esp one operated electromechanically, used in a logic circuit or electrical safety system to prevent an activity being initiated unless preceded by certain events
a closely knitted fabric
(of fabric) closely knitted
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