Adjective "leakproof" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈliːkpruːf/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Closely sealed or fitted so as to prevent leaks.
  1. 'Place the turkey in sealed, leakproof packaging.'
  2. 'The two plates fold over each other to create a leakproof outlet, and the plates' ‘memory’ returns them to their position after the pouch is opened for emptying.'
  3. 'Already, engineers are working on leakproof ways to handle the gas.'
  4. 'Buyers were getting very picky because of the leaky homes saga - as wise developers we had met the public concerns by shifting to materials that were leakproof and resistant (eg treated timber), before it became mandatory.'
  5. 'Ubiquitous for good reason, collapsible doggie bowls are virtually spill-free in the car, totally leakproof, and packable.'

Definitions

1. designed to prevent leaking: a leakproof bottle.

More examples(as adjective)

"containers can be leakproof."

"units can be leakproof."

"roofs can be leakproof."

"drains can be leakproof."

"boxes can be leakproof."

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