Translation of weatherproof in Spanish:

weatherproof

impermeable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈwɛðərˌpruf//ˈwɛðəpruːf/

adjective

  • 1

    (canvas/clothes) impermeable
    the barn is not weatherproof el granero tiene goteras
    • I put on a sweater, pulled my weatherproof coat on, and did the best I could to adopt a brave face.
    • By Christmas the building was weatherproof.
    • I was fine, wrapped in my weatherproof anorak with the hood up, and found the walk from one end of the precinct to the other a bracing and refreshing experience.
    • Cemetery buildings are to be made weatherproof with a further injection of £45,000.
    • Using weatherproof flags approved by the Coast Guard, I attempted to signal passing ships.
    • I'm sure that many people, the local schools' caretakers in particular, will join me in asking why we can't have a weatherproof, clean tarmac path to enjoy.
    • It is believed the cost of restoration could be in excess of £1 million just to make the building safe and weatherproof.
    • Another advantage is that the map is weatherproof and will survive the worst of weather.
    • This year, the students had put up a temporary weatherproof shelter, the size of a large auditorium, to ensure that both competitors and spectators would not have to worry about a sudden spell of rain literally dampening the proceedings.
    • Look for one that sticks to anything and is weatherproof.
    • But repairs to make the building weatherproof are estimated at more than £60,000.
    • Every few months they serve notices on the owners that they should make the building weatherproof and vandal proof.
    • ‘We're building everything by hand, using wood with steel sheeting for the top, so it's extremely strong and weatherproof,’ Arkin says.
    • Firefighters were able to remove all the undamaged furniture and personal effects of the occupiers to a safe storage area before making the property safe and weatherproof.
    • Opposition politicians have slammed a ‘grandiose’ project to install a massive weatherproof plasma TV screen in Hull city centre costing £675,000.
    • He said: ‘People taking part need to bring a weatherproof jacket and sturdy shoes or boots.’
    • The clothing department specialises in weatherproof jackets and fleeces and there is a large choice of sweatshirts and accessories.
    • Rabbits need a large weatherproof home, kept off the ground, out of direct sunlight and strong winds.
    • Its listed status means it cannot be demolished and it will cost the council £100,000 a year to ensure it remains weatherproof.
    • He was wearing a houndstooth cap, a perfectly smooth, black, weatherproof jacket and blue jeans with cargo pockets.
    • Slipped tiles and window frames also have to be replaced to make the structure weatherproof.