英 ['dedlɒk] 美 ['dedlɑːk]
- [U][S]僵持；僵局；相持不下 a complete failure to reach agreement or settle a dispute
- [C]需要钥匙开关的门锁 a type of lock on a door that needs a key to open or close it
deadlock : 死锁 ...
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- a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible;
"reached an impasse on the negotiations"
- The negotiations have reached a deadlock.
- Without upheaval, deadlock would be entrenched.
- We can only make minor concessions, but it might break the deadlock.
- A potential deadlock condition has been detected.
- Pennsylvania produced the first of the game's two deadlocks at 5:00 of the second quarter.
Deadlock over wage levels has prevented an agreement being reached.
The deadlock between the two countries continued for as long as ten years.
European agriculture ministers failed to break the deadlock over farm subsidies.
The strike has reached a deadlock.
A compromise broke the deadlock between labor and management.
Somebody will have to compromise if we are to break the deadlock between the two warring factions.
The arms talks between the two countries were at a deadlock.
Once again the talks have ended in deadlock.
The Government was blamed for the political deadlock.
- deadlock:deadlock n. 死锁, 僵局 英英解释:名词deadlock:1. a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement…