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mineproof Line breaks: mine|proof
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌɪnpruːf/

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Definition of mineproof in English:

adjective

Strong enough to resist the effects of blast from a mine: within five minutes a mineproof vehicle had arrived at the scene
More example sentences
  • This vehicle may be somewhat mineproof, but there is no crew protection from small arms fire, shrapnel or kids with rocks.
  • Mineproof vehicles were targeted, resulting in a large number of fatalities.
  • A body armour firm in Westcliff has landed a £500,000 deal to supply UN aid workers with the latest in body armour, helmets and mine-proof car mats.

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