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puncture-proof

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Definition of puncture-proof in English:

adjective

Resistant to being punctured by sharp objects: discarded needles must be placed in a puncture-proof container puncture-proof tyres
More example sentences
  • All needles, syringes, and lancets will be accepted if they have been placed in a sealed, puncture-proof plastic or metal container.
  • Community-based organisations were funded to distribute sterile injecting equipment, puncture-proof disposable containers, condoms and safe sex information.
  • Contractors who normally operate at sites covered with rubble, rebar, nails, and the like are astonished at how much they will save just by switching to our puncture-proof segmented tires.

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