burglar-proof

burglar-proof

adj
designed to be secure and to frustrate any attempted burglary
Translations

burglar-proof

[ˈbɜːgləpruːf] ADJa prueba de ladrones

burglar-proof

[ˈbɜːgləˌpruːf] adjantiscasso inv
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North Yorkshire Police has launched Burglar-Proof - a guide to help you assess your home's security.
A smart lock on the info key makes the Segway a giant paperweight which makes it burglar-proof.
A crooked hypnotist uses unwitting insurance investigator Woody Allen (above) to steal gems from homes he's made burglar-proof.
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When he'd finished and they had stemmed the floods, the gate was burglar-proof, but no-one else could get through either.
Starting from the outside, I want people to consider the wider community where they live and what could be changed to make it burglar-proof.
Both the so-called 'Red Tories' and the followers of 'Blue Labour' want to rekindle excitement about community - the notion that we want healthier and happier neighbourhoods and not just bigger TVs in burglar-proof living rooms.
GRAVEL is a good replacement for grass, a cheaper and instant paving solution and can even help to burglar-proof your property, so what are you waiting for?
Of the many examples he gives of inflated contract costs being paid by the World Bank, one involved a scheme to burglar-proof buildings on a university campus, installing steel bars on doors and windows and building a perimeter wall.
Detectives investigating the thefts say people in the area need to take extra care to make sure their houses are burglar-proof - and help them catch the thieves.