relock

relock

(riːˈlɒk)
vb (tr)
to lock again
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It fitted, and he opened the box, but after a moment's hesitation, closed and relocked it, and slipped the bunch of keys, as well as the key that had originally stood in the lock, into his own pocket.
To my surprise, he did not examine them, merely remarking approvingly as he relocked the desk: "Decidedly, he is a man of method, this Mr.
They both pass out, and Durdles relocks it, and pockets his key.
"From the time of our alighting at the outer gate (which we found locked, and which one of the brothers had opened to admit us, and had relocked), I had heard cries proceeding from an upper chamber.
'To continue my statement, however: I relocked the bureau, using the key which Brunton had left, and I had turned to go when I was surprised to find that the butler had returned, and was standing before me.
They then place the parcel in the boot, subsequently relock the vehicle using the app and the customer is notified about the successful delivery.
One student, Kelsey Friend, told Good Morning America that the gunman attempted to enter the classroom, but Beigel stood in the gunman's way and attempted to relock the door to the classroom.
Combined with the tilting barrel of the Browning approach, there is a certain irreducible space needed to unlock and relock the barrel to the slide, and for the cartridges to feed.
If the target is lost or a more important target appears, the operator can relock on the target using the joystick.
Its auto relock, sense on and touch one features along with others make it stand out amongst the competitors in the industry.
Expediting expiring locks can save relock and/or hedge costs, and also increase customer satisfaction.