lock

Lock vs Stare - What's the difference?

lock | stare |


As a proper noun lock

is .

As a noun stare is

: starlings.

Log vs Lock - What's the difference?

log | lock |


As a noun log

is law.

As a proper noun lock is

.

Lock vs Lockup - What's the difference?

lock | lockup |


As a proper noun lock

is .

As a noun lockup is

(slang) a jail, prison.

Cut vs Lock - What's the difference?

cut | lock |


As a noun cut

is vial.

As an interjection cut

is beat it]]!; take a hike!; [[get lost|get lost!.

As a verb cut

is to beat it; to take a hike; to get lost.

As a proper noun lock is

.

Ok vs Lock - What's the difference?

ok | lock |


As an interjection ok

is .

As a proper noun lock is

.

Lock vs Dress - What's the difference?

lock | dress |


As a proper noun lock

is .

As a noun dress is

(countable) an item of clothing (usually worn by a woman or young girl) which both covers the upper part of the body and includes skirts below the waist.

As a verb dress is

(obsolete|reflexive|intransitive) to prepare oneself; to make ready.

Lock vs Engage - What's the difference?

lock | engage |


As a proper noun lock

is .

As a verb engage is

.

Lock vs Blockade - What's the difference?

lock | blockade |


As a proper noun lock

is .

As a noun blockade is

blockade.

Lockdown vs Lock - What's the difference?

lockdown | lock |


As a noun lockdown

is (in an institution, such as a prison or school ) the confinement of people in their own rooms (or cells) as a security measure after a disturbance.

As a proper noun lock is

.

Trap vs Lock - What's the difference?

trap | lock |


As a noun trap

is stair, step.

As a proper noun lock is

.

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