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Explanation: interlock v. interlocked, interlocking, interlocks. --tr. 1. To unite or join closely as by hooking or dovetailing. 2. To connect together (parts of a mechanism, for example) so that the motion or operation of individual parts affect each other. --intr. 1. To become united or joined closely, as by hooking or dovetailing.