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un·lock

 (ŭn-lŏk′)
v. un·locked, un·lock·ing, un·locks
v.tr.
1.
a. To undo (a lock) by turning a key or corresponding part.
b. To undo the lock of.
2. To give access to; open.
3. To set free; release: The news unlocked a torrent of emotion.
4. To provide a key to; disclose or reveal: unlock a mystery.
v.intr.
To become unfastened, loosened, or freed from something that restrains.

unlocked

(ʌnˈlɒkt)
adj
not locked: all those unlocked cars.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unlocked - not firmly fastened or securedunlocked - not firmly fastened or secured; "an unbarred door"; "went through the unlatched gate into the street"; "an unlocked room"
unfastened - not closed or secured; "the car door was unfastened"; "unfastened seatbelts"
Translations
odklenjen
References in classic literature ?
He unlocked his door, and, taking the chest on his shoulder, carried it up to the turret- room, the door of which also he unlocked.
He entered the flier, exchanging casual remarks with his companions as he unlocked the mechanism of the compass and set the pointer upon the capital city of Ptarth.
The Guardian unlocked a closet and took from it a white robe, which the soldier threw over Ojo.
You never cleared away your lunch nor set away a dish, AND YOU LEFT THE SIDE DOOR UNLOCKED from half past twelve to three o'clock, so 't anybody could 'a' come in and stolen what they liked
Her head sank; she sighed heavily as she unlocked a desk which stood on the table.
Not at all silly," said I, losing my temper; "here for example, I take this Square," and, at the word, I grasped a moveable Square, which was lying at hand -- "and I move it, you see, not Northward but -- yes, I move it Upward -- that is to say, not Northward, but I move it somewhere -- not exactly like this, but somehow --" Here I brought my sentence to an inane conclusion, shaking the Square about in a purposeless manner, much to the amusement of my Grandson, who burst out laughing louder than ever, and declared that I was not teaching him, but joking with him; and so saying he unlocked the door and ran out of the room.
A hasty pursuit and brief search of the grounds in the belief that the trespasser was some one secretly visiting a servant proving fruitless, he entered at the unlocked door and mounted the stairs to my mother's chamber.
Winkle, not much doubting who the young man was, unlocked the door; which he had no sooner done than Mr.
Does it not strike you as unlikely that a man who had committed a crime should keep the evidence of it in an unlocked drawer for anyone to find?
She was still awake in the morning, when Celestine unlocked the kitchen door and came in to light the fire.
The instrument was unlocked, every body prepared to be charmed, and Marianne, who sang very well, at their request went through the chief of the songs which Lady Middleton had brought into the family on her marriage, and which perhaps had lain ever since in the same position on the pianoforte, for her ladyship had celebrated that event by giving up music, although by her mother's account, she had played extremely well, and by her own was very fond of it.
The Cowardly Lion was much pleased to hear that the Wicked Witch had been melted by a bucket of water, and Dorothy at once unlocked the gate of his prison and set him free.