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childproof

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchildproofchild‧proof /ˈtʃaɪldpruːf/ adjective  something that is childproof is designed to prevent a child from opening, damaging, or breaking it a childproof lock
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childproofThe padded fabric varieties are well and truly childproof - and look very attractive.a childproof aspirin bottleWhere possible, only buy bleaches, disinfectants and floor cleaners that are fitted with childproof caps.The cap had a childproof seal, and it was proving to be pretty Lucasproof as well.
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