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n. latch

Definition of latch in English

Rectangular latch component of a door that engages or disengages with a hole in the door frame in order to lock or unlock the door, which is controlled by the introduction of the corresponding key.

Synonyms of latch in English

night latchdoor latch

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n. latch

Definition of latch in English

Mechanical fastener, comprised of a bar that engages with a catch or hole, which is typically used to hold a door, gate, or window closed.

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n. latch

Definition of latch in English

Latch component of a door that engages or disengages with a hole in the door frame in order to close, open, or lock the door, which is controlled by the movement of the doorknob, a spring, or the introduction of a corresponding key.

Synonyms of latch in English

door latchtubular latch

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n. door latch

Definition of door latch in English

Latch component of a door that engages or disengages with a hole in the door frame in order to close, open, or lock the door, which is controlled by the movement of the doorknob, a spring, or the introduction of a corresponding key.

Synonyms of door latch in English

latchtubular latch

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n. door latch

Definition of door latch in English

Rectangular latch component of a door that engages or disengages with a hole in the door frame in order to lock or unlock the door, which is controlled by the introduction of the corresponding key.

Synonyms of door latch in English

night latchlatch

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n. night latch

Definition of night latch in English

Rectangular latch component of a door that engages or disengages with a hole in the door frame in order to lock or unlock the door, which is controlled by the introduction of the corresponding key.

Synonyms of night latch in English

door latchlatch

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n. tubular latch

Definition of tubular latch in English

Latch component of a door that engages or disengages with a hole in the door frame in order to close, open, or lock the door, which is controlled by the movement of the doorknob, a spring, or the introduction of a corresponding key.

Synonyms of tubular latch in English

latchdoor latch