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Locked in in Russian 🇷🇺

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locked in заперт
How to say “locked in” in Russian? “Заперт”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “заперт” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on locked in in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word "заперт":

– Think of "zap" (like an electric zap) and "locked" – if something is zapped, it might be locked in place.
– The start “za-” is common in Russian prepositions meaning "behind" or "beyond," hinting at being closed or locked behind something.
– Imagine "pert" as in "perimeter" – something locked within a boundary.


"Заперт" (zapert) is the past passive participle of the verb "запереть" (zaperyet), which means "to lock." It describes the state of being locked.

Other Words with Similar Meanings:

– Закрыт (zakryt) – closed
– Заблокирован (zablokirovan) – blocked
– Замкнут (zamknut) – locked, secured in place

Alternate Meanings/Slang:

While "заперт" primarily means "locked in," in slang, it might be used to describe someone who is metaphorically locked in a situation, unable to escape certain conditions or feelings, but this usage is less common.

Examples in Sentences:

1. Он заперт в комнате. (On zapert v komnate.)
– He is locked in the room.

2. Дверь была заперта изнутри. (Dver byla zaperta iznutri.)
– The door was locked from the inside.

3. Мой велосипед заперт на улице. (Moy velosiped zapert na ulitse.)
– My bicycle is locked outside.

4. Она чувствовала себя запертой в этом городе. (Ona chuvstvovala sebya zapertoy v etom gorode.)
– She felt locked in this city.

5. Вор был заперт в клетке. (Vor byl zapert v kletke.)
– The thief was locked in the cage.

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