Definition of locked-in in English:

locked-in

adjective

  • 1That is or has been locked in.

  • 2Surfing. Enveloped and carried along inside the hollow curve of a breaking wave.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in Welding Journal. From locked + in, after to lock in.

Pronunciation

locked-in

/ˌlɒktˈɪn/