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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"Just five paracetamol can put a toddler at risk of liver damage," the trust points out, adding: "Child-resistant containers are not child-proof." We asked three children aged three to five to open a range of bottles from bleach and mouthwash to children's medicine and adult painkillers.
ONE in five toddlers can open medicine bottles even if they have "child-proof" tops, safety experts warned yesterday.
WHILE recovering from a stroke I was trying to open a child-proof medicine bottle.
In a statement, Mrs Lookman, of Dewsbury, West Yorks, said: "I believe if the tablets had been in a child-proof container, Yaqoob would still be with us."
Child-proof locks meant the rear doors could not be opened from the inside.
The end result was a cigarette pack-sized keypad with a child-proof four-digit number.
Government experts want new safety measures including child-proof bottles and lower recommended doses to prevent overdoses.
Yorkhill accident and emergency consultant Dori Doraiswamy said: "It is very wrong to think pill bottles are child-proof.
It features driver airbag, ABS with EBD, driver and co-driver seat belt reminder, speed alert system, rear parking sensors, central locking and child-proof rear door lock.
Choose child-resistant caps for medicine bottles; but remember, child-resistant does not mean child-proof. Even products that you might not think about as medicines can be dangerous; such as diaper rash remedies, vitamins or eye drops.
Citing concerns that not enough is being done to encourage families with small children to experience the majesty of Taiwan's most famous scenic area, Taiwan's Ministry of Unspecified Services has announced joint plans with local authorities to Child-Proof Taroko Gorge for this year's Children's Day Festival.
I can't child-proof the world, but I can try to world-proof my kids.'