Definitions for bulletproofˈbʊl ɪtˌpruf

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word bulletproof

Princeton's WordNet

  1. unassailable, unshakable, watertight, bulletproof(adj)

    without flaws or loopholes

    "an ironclad contract"; "a watertight alibi"; "a bulletproof argument"

  2. bulletproof(verb)

    not penetrable by bullets

    "bulletproof glass"; "bulletproof vest"

  3. bulletproof(verb)

    make bulletproof

    "bulletproof the car"

Wiktionary

  1. bulletproof(Verb)

    To make proof against bullets.

  2. bulletproof(Verb)

    to make resistant to failure.

    We have to bulletproof this program before we let the users at it; check every input, catch every possible flaw...it must not fail in use.

  3. bulletproof(Adjective)

    Capable of withstanding a direct shot by a bullet fired from a gun.

  4. bulletproof(Adjective)

    reliable, infallible, sturdy or error-tolerant.

  5. bulletproof(Adjective)

    Unbreakable, very tough.

The New Hacker's Dictionary

  1. bulletproof

    Used of an algorithm or implementation considered extremely robust; lossage-resistant; capable of correctly recovering from any imaginable exception condition — a rare and valued quality. Implies that the programmer has thought of all possible errors, and added code to protect against each one. Thus, in some cases, this can imply code that is too heavyweight, due to excessive paranoia on the part of the programmer. Syn. armor-plated.

Freebase

  1. Bulletproofing

    Bulletproofing is the process of making something capable of stopping a bullet or similar high velocity projectiles e.g. shrapnel. The term bullet resistance is often preferred because few, if any, practical materials provide complete protection against all types of bullets, or multiple hits in the same location.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. James Rodges, a murderer, on his final request before the firing squad:

    Why yes - a bulletproof vest.

  2. European Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip:

    We need a bulletproof solution.

  3. Kevin Harvick:

    In life in general, you're never bulletproof, about the time you start thinking that, I always tell people, the karma train will come run you over.

  4. Dave Asprey:

    With normal coffee, you get a food craving and get tired two hours later. [Bulletproof coffee] doesn’t cause a 10:30 crash we’re used to. It gives you a huge boost over normal coffee.

  5. Dave Asprey:

    It’s about how you feel two hours later, with normal coffee, you get a food craving and get tired two hours later. [Bulletproof coffee] doesn’t cause a 10:30 crash we’re used to. It gives you a huge boost over normal coffee.


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