Definition of "interlock"
  1. To become connected with each other in a mutual way
How to use "interlock" in a sentence
  1. The court required both companies to interlock their systems for better transparency.
  2. In the agreement, it was stated that the two products would interlock to share data.
  3. The lawyer explained that the two clauses in the contract interlock, which ensures mutual cooperation between the parties involved.

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