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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 ?
She was still awake in the morning, when Celestine unlocked the kitchen door and came in to light the fire.
Remembering his early love of poetry and fiction, she unlocked a bookcase, and took down several books that had been excellent reading in their day.
In all those years it had never once been opened; but either she unlocked it or the decaying wood and iron yielded to her hand, or she glided shadow-like through these impediments -- and, at all events, went in.
He was back again in no time; he unlocked the stable door, and came in, calling out, "Wake up, Beauty
Then, with a horrible sinking of the heart, Teta Elzbieta unlocked her bureau and brought out the paper that had already caused them so many agonies.
The old dame got her keys, took me up two or three flights of stairs, unlocked a door, and we stood in the presence of the criminal.
He unlocked the door, and I cleared out up the river-bank.
He unlocked his trunk and got his suit of girl's clothes out from under the male attire in it, and laid it by.
Dobbins straightened himself up, yawn- ed, then unlocked his desk, and reached for his book, but seemed undecided whether to take it out or leave it.
She unlocked the door and went into the dining-room to find her lunch laid on the table and a note from aunt Jane saying that they had gone to Moderation with Mrs.
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.
Having invited Helen and me to approach the table, and placed before each of us a cup of tea with one delicious but thin morsel of toast, she got up, unlocked a drawer, and taking from it a parcel wrapped in paper, disclosed presently to our eyes a good-sized seed-cake.