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proof in Clothes & fashion topic

proofproof3 verb [transitive] British English  1 DCPROTECTto treat a material with a substance in order to protect it against water, oil etcbe proofed against something climbing gear proofed against water Grammar Proof is usually passive in this meaning.2 to proofread something Do you want me to proof those documents for you?→ See Verb table
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proofIt also controls the background batch machines used to support proofing.This yeast is added directly to the dough, with-out need for proofing.The first part of proofing is as simple as creating white space.Any lexicographer may obtain entry text for read only or for proofing regardless of ownership or the status of the on-loan flag.