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.
"Juniors do not do strangles or arm locks until they are 14, but it is a game of skill, speed, balance and flexibility and breeds tremendous strength, confidence and mental agility for all athletes."
The National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), comprised of attorneys who tackle civil rights cases for the disabled, released "School is Not Supposed to Hurt" in January 2009, a study which reported scores of cases of abuse against disabled students that included being pent down, strapped to chairs, held in arm locks, and locked in closets.
"It's different than karate or tae kwon do because we don't kick or strike." Judo is a grappling martial art, which means that judokas use throwing techniques, pins, arm locks, and neck locks.
It is best known for its throwing techniques but also involves considerable grappling on the ground using specialised pins, control holds, arm locks and choking techniques.
A heavy-gauge steel swing arm locks the appliance in place, while a built-in stabilizer prevents sway on the road.
There wasn't a spare seat in the arena where youngsters accompanied by equally enthusiastic mums and dads lapped up the bear hugs, crunching arm locks and gravity-defying throws.
Five to eight-year-olds practise Kano -- judo with the emphasis firmly on fun -- while eight to 16-year-olds practise junior judo -- senior judo with arm locks and strangles barred.
Striking with hands or feet was permitted as in boxing or kick-boxing, grappling uses the same techniques as Greco-Roman wrestling and submissions - from arm locks to leg chokes - were identical to judo.
"I've learnt all sorts of arm locks," she reveals."
TWO NURSES who had a mental patient in arm locks when he died were cleared of any blame yesterday.
In the third round Sullivan concentrated on his opponent's left arm, which was well padded to safeguard a chipped bone and rendered it useless with wrist locks and Japanese arm locks.