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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Police in Dubai and the northern emirates have launched summer campaigns, advising residents on the simple ways to keep their home burglar-proof.
This week, we look at SimpliSafe, an install-ityourself system which can make your house virtually burglar-proof SIMPLISAFE FROM PS279 There are two points worth mentioning from the beginning: SimpliSafe is very, very easy to set up.
The burglar-proof guide, written on condition of anonymity, comes as England and Wales statistics showed burglaries had increased by nine per cent between 2016 and 2017, with on average more than 1,200 offences recorded each day.
There are some that even come with a PS1,000 guarantee that they are burglar-proof."
In designing a burglar-proof home, there is such a thing as being too safe for your own good.
It also features a water drain valve with a T-Rex device and multi-locking points for increased burglar-proof performance.
North Yorkshire Police has launched Burglar-Proof - a guide to help you assess your home's security.
A crooked hypnotist uses unwitting insurance investigator Woody Allen (above) to steal gems from homes he's made burglar-proof. Rosyglowed diversion recalling the slaphead spirit of Red Skelton.
When he'd finished and they had stemmed the floods, the gate was burglar-proof, but no-one else could get through either.
Can a house be completely burglar-proof? Perhaps not.
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.