[tam-per-ri-zis-tuh nt] /ˈtæm pər rɪˌzɪs tənt/
difficult to tamper with:
a tamper-resistant cap on a medicine bottle.
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)
noun 1. a stiff fiber obtained from the leaves of various species of Agave, as A. falcata or A. sisalana.
verb (used with object) 1. to force in or down by repeated, rather light, strokes: He tamped the tobacco in his pipe. 2. (in blasting) to fill (a drilled hole) with earth or the like after the charge has been inserted. adjective 1. (postpositive) (South Wales, dialect) very angry verb (transitive) 1. to force or […]
oppressed. (1.) A Levite porter (1 Chr. 9:17; Neh. 11:19). (2.) One whose descendants returned with Zerubbabel to Jerusalem (Ezra 2:42; Neh. 7:45); probably the same as (1).