of packaging, showing visible signs if opened prior to purchase; designed to make improper opening of a product’s packaging evident to the purchaser
verb (used without object) 1. to meddle, especially for the purpose of altering, damaging, or misusing (usually followed by with): Someone has been tampering with the lock. 2. to make changes in something, especially in order to falsify (usually followed by with): to tamper with official records. 3. to engage secretly or improperly in something. […]
adjective 1. that cannot be tampered with; impervious to tampering: a tamper-proof lock.
[tam-per-ri-zis-tuh nt] /ˈtæm pər rɪˌzɪs tənt/ adjective 1. difficult to tamper with: a tamper-resistant cap on a medicine bottle. adjective designed to make improper opening of a product’s packaging difficult or impossible
noun 1. a seaport in SE Tamaulipas, in E Mexico. noun 1. a port and resort in E Mexico, in Tamaulipas on the Pánuco River: oil refining. Pop: 702 000 (2005 est)