lockdown

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Noun[change]

Singular
lockdown

Plural
lockdowns

  1. A lockdown is when people must stay in a room (or their prison cell) for safety after a disturbance or threat.
    The prisoners were placed in lockdown after the fight.
    The school was under lockdown after a bomb threat they heard over the Internet.