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soundproof

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adjective sound·proof \ ˈsau̇n(d)-ˌprüf \

Definition of soundproof

:impervious to sound

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First Known Use of soundproof

circa 1878


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soundproof

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Definition of soundproof

transitive verb
:to insulate so as to obstruct the passage of sound

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First Known Use of soundproof

1919


SOUNDPROOF Defined for English Language Learners

soundproof

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Definition of soundproof for English Language Learners

  • : not allowing sound to enter or leave


soundproof

verb

Definition of soundproof for English Language Learners

  • : to make (something) soundproof


SOUNDPROOF Defined for Kids

soundproof

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adjective sound·proof \ ˈsau̇nd-ˈprüf \

Definition of soundproof for Students

:capable of keeping sound from entering or escaping


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