armlock

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arm·lock

 (ärm′lŏk′)
n.
A hold in wrestling and martial arts in which the opponent's arm is immobilized, often by flexing or extending the opponent's elbow or shoulder joint.
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armlock

(ˈɑːmˌlɒk) wrestling
n
a hold in which an opponent's arm is gripped in such a manner that it cannot be moved. This is often used with the intention of forcing the opponent into submission.
vb (tr)
to grip a person's arm in such a manner that it cannot be moved
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Translations

armlock

[ˈɑːmˈlɒk] Nllave f de brazo
to hold sb in an armlockinmovilizar a algn con una llave
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References in classic literature ?
With her arm locked in that of Miss Grant, the young mistress of the mansion walked slowly up and down the hall, musing on scenes that were rapidly recurring to her memory, and possibly dwelling, at times, in the sanctuary of her thoughts, on the strange occurrences that had led to the introduction to her father’s family of one whose Manners so singularly contradicted the inferences to be drawn from his situation.
Standhardinger placed Jones on an arm lock while the two were battling for the rebound late in the third quarter.
He was seemingly hauled down in an arm lock by Chelsea substitute Olivier Giroud, which could have easily been given and would have allowed goalscorer Camarasa a chance to double his tally for the match from the penalty spot.
The area involved is consistent with a broad ligature, such as an arm lock, and the pressure on the neck brought about signs of asphyxia and, ultimately, the pressure on the neck has caused brain damage, which has brought about death."
Presenting the case, barrister Andrew Waters alleged in what should be a safe environment, the officer had put him in a double arm lock.
ARM LOCK Ellie holds on to judo champion Bobby on night out
Em relacao aos golpes aplicados durante a lesao, pode-se constatar maior prevalencia de lesao ocorreu atraves do golpe Arm Lock, seguido dos golpes Mao de Vaca e Leg Lock, correspondendo a 22,32%, 20,54% e 13,39%.
Claimed he was in arm lock from Mandzukic as he scored goal
This has been proven by the fact that Pemberton himself admitted to [holding Laude in] an arm lock, Suarez said.
However, the Brazilian did well to recover and pin down Tanaka in an arm lock. But the judges decided that he had done enough damage in the first two rounds to hand the win by unanimous decision to Burns, who fights out of the Evolve Team.
She just missed the bronze medal after being caught in an arm lock unluckily.