Idiom of the Day
lock (something) in or lock in (something)
to make something (such as a rate of interest at a bank) permanent over a period of time
We locked in the mortgage of our house for five years because the interest rates were low.
Cant Miss European Destinations
The azure waters and picturesque towns of the Amalfi Coast have been a draw for writers, artists, and now tourists. The area is easy to explore by car or ferry; Positano is one of Fodors favorite seaside spots in Italy