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1cerrar con doble llaveremember to double-lock the door — acuérdate de cerrar con doble llave / de darle dos vueltas a la llave
- But we are also abandoning red meat, drinking bottled water, double-locking our doors at night and sending our kids out with a crash helmet when they're pedalling the trike around the lawn.
- After double-locking the door behind her, you vow to start driving - being around the public is even more of a risk than road traffic accidents.
- ‘The front door is double-locked,’ I said in a reassuring tone.
- But the moment the tabloid hack entered, Robby quickly double-locked the door behind him.
- The door is double-locked, with chains and bolts, because behind it lies all manner of secrets.
- ‘I've been so afraid since the explosions that I tell my children to double-lock the doors when they go home alone,’ Lotfi said.
- Then they heard him enter his apartment, slam and double-lock his door.
- Then I went to the shed, picked up a house brick, smashed the glass on the back door, rejoiced that for once it wasn't double-locked and let myself in.
- Patio doors leading into the back gardens from homes are double-locked, says Terry, and gates leading to alleys can be locked too.
- He also claims the arresting officer continued to tighten the handcuffs and double-locked them even after he had complained they were hurting him.
- Their doors aren't just closed; they are bolted shut and double-locked, with tiny cracks allowing only for notes to be slipped through.
- The prospector rumbled about a trunk, closing the lid and double-locking it.
- When he is gone she double locks the door and puts the chain on.
- By analogy, when I double lock my front door at night it is not because I believe that my house will be burgled if I do not - even though, as it happens, I do live in a high crime area.
- If not, Ruth had better double lock the doors, as George is likely to show up to bang on them again in a big rage.
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