water-resistant

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water-resistant

[waw-ter-ri-zis-tuhnt, wot-er-]
adjective
resisting though not entirely preventing the penetration of water.

Origin:
1920–25

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water-resistant
 
adj
(esp of fabrics) designed to resist but not entirely prevent the penetration of water

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Example sentences
High voltage cables are typically insulated with special water-resistant
  polymers that have high-dielectric strength.
Scientists have long praised the lotus leaf, better known as the water lily,
  for its water-resistant and self-cleaning properties.
Stay on course and on time with this water-resistant data center that provides
  all the data you need.
Since you may be swimming and leaving your possessions unattended, wear a
  cheap, water-resistant watch on beach days.
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