Foolproof - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfuːlpruːf|  American pronunciation of the word foolproof
Brit.  |ˈfuːlpruːf|  British pronunciation of the word foolproof


- proof against human misuse or error(syn: goof-proof, goofproof)


- not liable to failure(syn: unfailing)


DNA fingerprinting gives police a virtually foolproof way to link a suspect to a crime scene.

The new videorecorder is supposed to be foolproof.

a foolproof way of preventing credit card fraud

Everywhere we find the same demand to make life easy, safe and foolproof.

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