resistant to being opened, tampered with, or operated by a child: a childproof medicine bottle.
made free of hazard for a child: a childproof home.
made safe from damage by children: a childproof living room free of breakable objects.
to make childproof: to childproof a home.
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How to use childproof in a sentence
All e-cigarettes need to have childproof locks built in, and companies can’t produce or sell fruit-flavored e-cigarettes, which are controversial for attracting children to vaping.How the covid pop-up window is wreaking havoc on daily life in China | Zeyi Yang | October 4, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
That also goes for medication bottles labeled as child-resistant—they’re not childproof.5 common household injuries, and how to avoid them | Jean Feingold | October 22, 2021 | Popular-Science