Definition of goof-proof in English:

goof-proof

Syllabification: goof-proof
Pronunciation: /ˈɡo͞ofpro͞of
 
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informal

adjective

(Of a product, procedure, etc.) designed to be simple enough for anyone to use or implement: each comes with complete instructions and detailed illustrations that make the installation nearly goof-proof
More example sentences
  • It's easy, goofproof and automatic - kind of, as the popular verbal shorthand goes, like TiVo for radio.
  • Some of the user reviews on ZDNET are pretty scary reading for someone who's looking for a goofproof printer.
  • A few of the preparations are repeats from his previous English books - but with the added benefit of goofproof step-by-step illustrations in classic Dorling Kindersley style.

verb

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Design or adapt (a product, procedure, etc.) so that it is simple for anyone to use: these simple steps can goof-proof your 1040

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