effective at resisting the power of a bullet; resistant to penetration by a bullet; armored; as, a bulletproof vest; a bulletproof screen. Created to be able to be resistant to misuse or abuse and incompetent at breakdown under typical use; because, a bulletproof computer system.
1. Informally, a thing that is perfect or without problems. "His thinking for the reason why he deserved a raise was bulletproof, thus we provided him a raise immediately." "Our supervisor told us when we did not built a bulletproof suggestion when it comes to important customer, we would be taken out of the project because of our failure." 2. Virtually, unable to be destroyed because of the influence of a fired bullet.
without flaws or loopholes
- make bulletproof
- perhaps not penetrable by bullets
Bulletproof [Ernest R. Dickerson]
He wanted to warn the young man to wear a bulletproof vest and keep his hands in his lap for protection.