Shockproof definition

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The definition of shockproof is someone who is not easily surprised or shocked, or items that are not easily broken when dropped.

An electronic item that has been designed to withstand being dropped is an example of an item that would be described as shockproof.

A high school teacher who has seen a lot of strange behavior in the many years of his teaching and doesn't get surprised easily is an example of someone who is shockproof.

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Constructed or designed to withstand blows or jarring.
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Able to absorb shock without being damaged.

A shockproof watch.

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Made sturdily enough to withstand knocks and shocks without being damaged.

My shockproof watch stood up to everything it reasonably could be expected to and kept ticking; but dropping it down an elevator shaft is asking too much.

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Protected from imparting electric shocks.
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To protect from imparting electric shocks.
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Origin of shockproof

  • shock +"Ž -proof

    From Wiktionary