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locked–in

adjective \ˈläkt-ˈin\

Definition of LOCKED-IN

1
:  not subject to adjustment :  fixed <locked–in interest rates>
2
:  unable or unwilling to shift invested funds because of the tax effect of realizing capital gains

First Known Use of LOCKED-IN

1952

locked–in

adjective \ˈläk-ˈtin\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of LOCKED–IN

:  affected with or characterized by the locked-in syndrome <a locked–in patient>

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