lock together

Translations

w>lock together

vi (rockets)(miteinander) gekoppelt werden; (pieces of jigsaw)sich zusammenstecken lassen
vt sep rockets(miteinander) koppeln; currencies(aneinander) koppeln; pieces of jigsawzusammenstecken; locked together in a passionate embracein einer leidenschaftlichen Umarmung fest umschlungen
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But paperwork obtained through a freedom of information request shows the Office for Nuclear Regulation have raised concerns over fractures in the brick keyways that lock together the core in reactor three.
dead-bolt can lock together the two sides of infinity?
BAE Systems also predicts small jets will lock together as one huge Transformersstyle plane for long flights.
A detent ball pin locks pistol and Gill Arm Lock together.
The four individual 4' sections lock together to create a single ladder that you can preset on the ground before mounting it to the tree, saying you multiple trips up and down the tree.
Surely only two commands are required: the first "lock" on which both packs would lock together as in an uncontested scrum and on the second command "engage" then apply pressure.
When moved slowly, the molecules will slip past each other, but in a high-energy impact they will snag and lock together, becoming solid," said Palmer.
The sleeve pack's pallet, sleeve and lid lock together to prevent component loss, separation or damage.
When pressure is applied, such as by stirring or punching, the cornflour particles lock together and the slime feels like a solid.
The main theatre is set back behind a generous foyer space, its permeability and luminance contrasting with surrounding blind boxes of the two cinemas, which lock together in section like Chinese puzzles, and the secondary theatre.
Its website offers good information, but visit its new headquarters in San Rafael, California, to see prefinished, engineered panels of maple, cherry, walnut, and white oak that lock together to make "floating" floors.
When RNA and its mirror image come in contact, they lock together, forming a unit that blocks the virus from attaching-a gene-silencing technique known as RNA interference.