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Key may refer to: Contents. 1 Common meanings; 2 Geography. 2.1 United States; 2.2 Elsewhere. 3 Arts, entertainment, and media. 3.1 Music. 3.1.1 Musical  ...

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Key definition is - a usually metal instrument by which the bolt of a lock is turned. How to use key in a sentence.

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For the semantic development, note that medieval keys were simply long poles ( ending in a hook) with which a crossbar obstructing a door from the inside could  ...

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key meaning: 1. a piece of metal that has been cut into a special shape and is used for opening or closing a lock, starting a car engine, etc.: 2. any of the set of ...