lockup

  1. jail in a local police station
  2. the act of locking something up to protect it

Lockup

• (n.) A place where persons under arrest are temporarily locked up; a watchhouse.
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lockup

noun jail in a local police station
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Lockup

Lock'up` noun A place where persons under arrest are temporarily locked up; a watchhouse.
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lockup

Lockups are agreements set by investment banks to protect young stocks from heavy insider selling. They typically bar company insiders, venture capitalists and other early investors from selling stock for periods ranging from three months to more than a year after the initial public offering....
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Lockup

The juncture at which a tire starts to skid during braking. A tire's maximum braking force is developed when it is on the verge of lockup, so a car's shortest stopping distances are produced when its front and rear tires approach lockup simultaneously. This is very hard to achieve under varying conditions of load and traction, so one end typically ...
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lockup

[n] - jail in a local police station
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