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    • Join Date: Jun 2005
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    HELP: foolproof

    what does "foolproof" mean? whether it is commonly used or not?

    Please help me out, thx

    • Join Date: Aug 2005
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    Re: HELP: foolproof

    If something is designed to eliminate the possibility of anything going wrong it is indeed foolproof.

    Here's a good website to visit whenever you are in doubt about definitions - I use it regularly:

    Foolproof is listed on that site:


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