shockproof

[ shok-proof ]
/ ˈʃɒkˌpruf /

adjective

Also shock-proof. (of timepieces, machinery, etc.) protected against damage resulting from anticipated shocks.

verb (used with object)

to protect (timepieces, machinery, etc.) against damage resulting from anticipated shocks.

Origin of shockproof

First recorded in 1910–15; shock1 + -proof
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British Dictionary definitions for shockproof

shockproof
/ (ˈʃɒkˌpruːf) /

adjective

capable of absorbing shock without damagea shockproof watch
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