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lock it in / lock you in
English Meaning 1
book the date / confirm or secure you for that date (when we speak English)
English Example 1
“So it seems everyone is ok for the 15th. So let’s lock that in and I’ll book the board room.”
English Meaning 2
(Same as Meaning 1 - when we write in English)
English Example 2
Thanks for the quote, I’d like to lock you in if possible.
I’ll email you again closer to the date.
(Learn English, tip: ‘Regards’ is a shorter version of ‘Warm Regards’ or ‘Kind Regards’)
English Meaning 3
For a reply to this, see ‘I look forward to it’