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weather-resistant

[weth -er-ri-zis-tuh nt] /ˈwɛð ər rɪˌzɪs tənt/
adjective
1.
resisting the effects of severe weather, as rain or cold:
weather-resistant cloth for topcoats.
Origin
1930-1935
1930-35
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  • Natural fibber parts, if mixed with appropriate fluids, could absorb weather-resistant factors.
  • Unlike wood, stone is weather-resistant and requires little or no maintenance.
  • The tape shall be weather-resistant and show no appreciable fading, lifting or shrinkage during the tape's useful life.

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