1. spring-loaded doorlock that can only be opened from the outside with a key
2. catch for fastening a door or gate; a bar that can be lowered or slid into a groove
1. fasten with a latch;
Latch right lavatory door into divider and verify LAV DOOR annunciator extinguishes.
By no means will I leave the front door on the latch at night now.
Latch left lavatory door into divider and verify LAV DOOR annunciator extinguishes.
Please latch the front door when you leave.
Average latch wait time ( milliseconds ) for latch requests that had to wait.
Use gentle pressure with elbows to release latch.
Young children latch onto phrases and repeat them over and over.
It took him a while to latch onto their style of humour.
We really don't latch on to what he talked about.
At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over.
This door will not latch properly.
Can I latch on to some of your money?
The door won't latch properly.
Remember to latch the gate behind you.
Will the wardrobe latch?
He's not very clever, so it took him some time to latch on.
To open the gate, lift up the latch.
Knock at the door, peep in. Ping the bell, Lift the latch , And walk in.
Remove fuel supply line latch clip at injector rail.
The door is on the latch.
He lifted the latch and opened the door.
You left the latch off the gate and the dog escaped.
Let yourself in; the door's on the latch.
Other trades have been quick to latch on.
Foley followed Albert through the gate, taking care to close the latch.
They leave their back door off the latch when they're at home so that friends can pop in.
These are substances which specifically latch onto the protein on the cell membrane.
on the latch
(of a door or gate) closed but not locked
let yourself in, the door's on the latch.
(of a breastfeeding baby) manage to get its mouth into the correct position around the nipple
latch on to informal 非正式
attach oneself to (someone) as a constant and usually unwelcome companion
he spent the whole evening trying to latch on to my friends.
understand the meaning of (something)
[with clause]she'll soon latch on to what is happening.
latch on to 或 latch onto
To get hold of; obtain
latched on to a fortune in the fur trade.
I have to latch onto a hundred bucks by Friday night.
When you find the page,latch on.
Would you mind repeating that? I didn't quite latch on.
When Fred finally hatched onto the principles of algebra, he began to get better grades.
He latched onto me as soon as I arrived.
There is relatively little information about latch, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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