idiot-proof

id·i·ot-proof

(ĭd′ē-ət-pro͞of′)
adj. Slang
So easy to use or make that there is very little chance of failure: "idiot-proof recipes that cut corners by making use of packaged foods" (Howie Rumberg).

idiot-proof

adj
informal providing protection against human error or misuse
Translations

idiot-proof

[ˈɪdɪətpruːf] ADJpara torpes, de fácil manejo

idiot-proof

adj (inf)idiotensicher (inf)
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