Definition of 'watertight'
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In order for Control's plan to be watertight, we both had to be kept in the dark. A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2004)What he thinks is that Rocco shouldn't have made the pinch until the evidence was absolutely watertight. STAGE FRIGHT (2004)They had had to ram the boat into the bank in order to avoid being swept away - or sinking, since the planking proved far from watertight. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)
They invented the compass, they invented watertight compartments, they invented stern rudders and the most efficient sail in the world. THE SHIPPING NEWS (2004)
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Translations for 'watertight'
British English: watertight ADJECTIVE
Something that is watertight does not allow water to pass through it, for example because it is tightly sealed.
The flask is completely watertight, even when laid on its side.
Definition of watertight from the Collins English Dictionary
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