Locked in (slang)
Type: adjective, slang
Also spelled or known as: Locked-in, Lockedin
Related: Locked, Lock in
What does Locked in mean?
1. To be extremely focused.
2. To have someone’s number saved on your phone.
Locked in Synonyms: Dialed in, Zoned in, In the zone, Tapped in
Example sentence: “After vacay, I’m gonna be very locked in.”
Locked in in songs:
“I’ve been locked in for so long, I done got dreads, uh Took the girl off the network then up the net, uh” – Travis Scott, HOUSTONFORNICATION.
“Why these niggas think they safe ‘Cause they locked in?” – Lil Durk, No Auto Durk.
“I pray to God I don’t have to step on nobody I know that they watchin’, to the streets, forever I’m locked in” – JayDaYoungan, 23 Island.
“Wife wake up and I’m kill’t over spilt milk locked in, looking at your picture” – MF DOOM, Kookies.