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proof

  
  ( proofs    plural  )
1       n-var   Proof is a fact, argument, or piece of evidence which shows that something is definitely true or definitely exists.  
oft N of n, N that  
You have to have proof of residence in the state of Texas, such as a Texas ID card..., This is not necessarily proof that he is wrong...     
2       n-count   In publishing, the proofsof a book, magazine, or article are a first copy of it that is printed so that mistakes can be corrected before more copies are printed and published.  
usu pl, oft N of n  
I'm correcting the proofs of the Spanish edition right now.     
      Proof is also an adjective., adj   ADJ n  
...an uncorrected proof copy of the book.     
3       adj   Proof is used after a number of degrees or a percentage, when indicating the strength of a strong alcoholic drink such as whisky.  
amount ADJ  
...a glass of Wild Turkey bourbon: 101 degrees proof.     
4   
    the proof of the pudding is in the eating  
    pudding  


bullet-proof      , bulletproof  
Something that is bullet-proof is made of a strong material that bullets cannot pass through.      adj  
...bullet-proof glass., ...a bullet-proof vest.     
damp-proof course        ( damp-proof courses    plural  ) A damp-proof course is the same as a damp course.      n-count  
-proof     ( -proofs    3rd person present)   ( -proofing    present participle)   ( -proofed    past tense & past participle  )
1       comb in adj   -proof combines with nouns and verbs to form adjectives which indicate that something cannot be damaged or badly affected by the thing or action mentioned.  
...a bomb-proof aircraft..., In a large microwave-proof dish, melt butter for 20 seconds.     
2       comb in verb   -proof combines with nouns to form verbs which refer to protecting something against being damaged or badly affected by the thing mentioned.  
...home energy efficiency grants towards the cost of draught-proofing your home.      V n  
...inflation-proofed pensions.      V-ed  
3   
    bullet-proof  
    childproof  
    damp-proof course  
    fireproof  
    ovenproof  
    soundproof  
    waterproof  
    weatherproof  
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proof

  

      n  
1    attestation, authentication, certification, confirmation, corroboration, demonstration, evidence, substantiation, testimony, verification  
2    as in put to the proof      assay, examination, experiment, ordeal, scrutiny, test, trial  
3      (Printing)   galley, galley proof, page proof, pull, slip, trial impression, trial print  
      adj  
4    impenetrable, impervious, repellent, resistant, strong, tight, treated  
5    be proof against      hold out against, resist, stand firm against, stand up to, withstand  

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