child-proof


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Verb1.child-proof - make safe against children; "childproof the apartment"
proof - make resistant (to harm); "proof the materials against shrinking in the dryer"
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child-proof

[ˈtʃaɪldˌpruːf] adj child-proof (door) lock (Aut) → sicura (della portiera) a prova di bambino
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The stylish exterior of the new Mazda 5 offers dual-sliding doors with child-proof locks which makes it easy to get in and out of when parked and safe when on the road.
Unlike other child-proof containers, the CRRXWear containers keep out unwanted users of all ages thanks to its smart lock and key system.
according to DIN-EN 840 and following along with child-proof lock lid in the cover system (so-called secondary lid), cover embossing, trunk, lid and lid in the lid color on replay on demand (green / green / green or green / yellow / green or blue / black / blue).
Police and government officials have stressed the role of parenting to ensure children are always under supervision and kept safe from harm to prevent any furtheraccidents by installing child-proof systems.
Senator Charles Schumer argued for mandatory child-proof safety caps and warning labels as part of developing regulations on liquid nicotine cartridges in response to overdoses of liquid nicotine in teens and children.
It features height-adjustable three-point seat belts at the front, an emergency triangle in the luggage compartment, child-proof rear door locking, a dual-tone horn and door-open indicator as a standard.
She added that they even tried to child-proof the house but the 78-year-old singer had to be watched every minute, and hence, they had to move him for his own safety.
Create a child-proof zone on any shared devices which you can access via the lock screen.
You tell them to steer clear of fires and cookers and fill your home with socket covers and child-proof gates.
A CAPT survey earlier this year found that more than three-quarters of parents thought child-proof caps were impossible for children to open.
But Katrina warns that some three and four-year-old children can open child-proof caps in seconds, so parents and grandparents should keep medicines and cleaning products in a locked or high cupboard.