1 have a lock on somethingСленг: быть уверенным в успехе (чего-л.)
2 have a lock on something<05> быть уверенным в успехе чего-л.
3 have a lock on somethingидиом. фраз. гл.быть уверенным в успехе чего-л.
4 have a lock on something(v.phr.) быть уверенным в успехе чего-л.
5 have a go at somethingexpr infml1)
I'd like to have another go at it if I can — Разрешите, я еще раз попробую2)
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have a lock on something — mainly american phrase to have total control of something or understand it completely Both factions thought they had a lock on the latest trend. Thesaurus: to understand somethingsynonym Main entry: lock … Useful english dictionary
have a lock on something — mainly American to have total control of something or understand it completely Both factions thought they had a lock on the latest trend … English dictionary
lock — Used in the context of general equities. Make a market both ways ( bid and offer) either on the bid, offering, or an in between price only. Locking on the offering occurs to attract a seller, since the trader is willing to pay (and ask) the… … Financial and business terms
lock — I UK [lɒk] / US [lɑk] verb Word forms lock : present tense I/you/we/they lock he/she/it locks present participle locking past tense locked past participle locked *** 1) a) [transitive] to fasten something such as a door or a container, usually… … English dictionary
lock — lock1 [läk] n. [ME < OE loc, a bolt, bar, enclosure, prison, akin to Ger loch, a hole, ON lok, a lid, prob. < IE base * leug , to bend > Gr lygos, supple twig, L luctȧri, to struggle] 1. a mechanical device furnished with a bolt and,… … English World dictionary
Something Might Happen — (2003) is a novel by Julie Myerson about a murder in a small English seaside town and how it affects the community as well as friends and family of the murder victim. The story is not a whodunnit although it incorporates various elements of the… … Wikipedia
lock — lock1 [ lak ] verb *** 1. ) transitive to fasten something such as a door or a container, usually with a key, so that other people cannot open it: John went out and locked the door behind him. Have you locked the car? lock something in something … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
lock — lock1 W3S2 [lɔk US la:k] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(fasten something)¦ 2¦(keep in a safe place)¦ 3¦(fixed position)¦ 4¦(fixed situation)¦ 5 be locked in battle/combat/dispute etc 6 lock arms 7 lock horns (with somebody) Phrasal verbs lock… … Dictionary of contemporary English
lock — 1 verb 1 FASTEN SOMETHING (I, T) to fasten something with a lock or be fastened with a lock: Did you lock the car? I can t get the door to lock. 2 PUT STH IN A SAFE PLACE (transitive always + adv/prep) to put something in a safe place and lock… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
lock — [[t]lɒ̱k[/t]] ♦♦♦ locks, locking, locked 1) VERB When you lock something such as a door, drawer, or case, you fasten it, usually with a key, so that other people cannot open it. [V n] Are you sure you locked the front door?... [V ed] Wolfgang… … English dictionary
lock — I [[t]lɒk[/t]] n. 1) bui a device for securing a door, gate, lid, drawer, or the like when closed, consisting of a bolt or system of bolts propelled and withdrawn by a mechanism operated by a key, dial, etc 2) bui any contrivance for fastening or … From formal English to slang