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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