a person who breaks open and robs safes Also called safe-cracker
[seyf-kon-duhkt] /ˈseɪfˈkɒn dʌkt/ noun 1. a document authorizing safe passage through a region, especially in time of war. 2. this privilege. 3. the act of conducting in safety. safe-conduct noun 1. a document giving official permission to travel through a region, esp in time of war 2. the protection afforded by such a document verb […]
noun 1. a person who breaks open safes to rob them. safecracker
[seyf-di-poz-it] /ˈseɪf dɪˌpɒz ɪt/ adjective 1. providing safekeeping for valuables: a safe-deposit vault. safe-deposit noun 1. a place or building with facilities for the safe storage of money or valuables (as modifier): a safe-deposit box
- Safe-deposit box
or safety-deposit box noun 1. a lockable metal box or drawer, especially in a bank vault, used for safely storing valuable papers, jewelry, etc.