Meaning of INTERLOCK in English

INTERLOCK

(~s, ~ing, ~ed)

1.

Things that ~ or are ~ed go between or through each other so that they are linked.

The parts ~...

Interlock your fingers behind your back...

V-RECIP: pl-n V, V pl-n

2.

If systems, situations, or plans are ~ed or ~, they are very closely connected.

The problems of Israel, Lebanon, and the Gulf were tightly ~ed...

The tragedies begin to ~...

Your girlfriend’s fear seems to ~ with your fear.

V-RECIP: be V-ed, pl-n V, V with n, also V pl-n

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