Protected

  • 1 protected — index exempt, guarded, immune, impervious, inexpugnable, insusceptible (resistant), safe, secure ( …

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  • 2 protected — protected; un·protected; …

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  • 3 protected — protect pro‧tect [prəˈtekt] verb [transitive] 1. to keep someone or something safe from harm, damage, bad influences etc: • laws protecting the rights of disabled people • P&G wants to protect its $180 million investment by obtaining a 10 year… …

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  • 4 protected — [[t]prəte̱ktɪd[/t]] ADJ Protected is used to describe animals, plants, and areas of land which are not allowed, by law, to be destroyed, harmed, or damaged. In England, thrushes are a protected species so you will not find them on any menu. ...a… …

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  • 5 protected — pro|tect|ed [prəˈtektıd] adj a protected animal, plant, area, or building is one that it is illegal to harm or damage ▪ Spotted owls are a protected species …

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  • 6 Protected — Protect Pro*tect , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Protected}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Protecting}.] [L. protectus, p. p. of protegere, literally, to cover in front; pro before + tegere to cover. See {Tegument}.] To cover or shield from danger or injury; to… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 protected — adjective a) defended. b) Having the protected access modifier, indicating that a program element is accessible to subclasses but not to the program in general. Ant: unprotected …

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  • 8 protected — adj. Protected is used with these nouns: ↑area, ↑environment, ↑site, ↑species, ↑tenancy, ↑wilderness …

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  • 9 protected — pro|tect|ed [ prə tektəd ] adjective used about animals, plants, and other things that the law prevents people from harming: a protected species …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 10 protected — UK [prəˈtektɪd] / US [prəˈtektəd] adjective used about animals, plants, and other things that the law prevents people from harming a protected species …

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  • 11 protected — adjective 1. kept safe or defended from danger or injury or loss the most protected spot I could find • Ant: ↑unprotected • Similar to: ↑bastioned, ↑fortified, ↑battlemented, ↑burglarproof, ↑ …

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  • 12 protected — Synonyms and related words: armed, cloaked, conserved, copyrighted, covered, defended, guarded, immune, immunized, insured, intact, invulnerable, kept, patented, policed, preserved, safe, safe and sound, safeguarded, saved, screened, secure,… …

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  • 13 protected — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. shielded, safeguarded, cared for, watched over, preserved, defended, guarded, secured, kept safe, sheltered, harbored, screened, under the aegis of, fostered, cherished, ensconced, curtained, shaded, disguised,… …

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  • 14 protected — prÉ™ tektɪd adj. defended, sheltered pro·tect || prÉ™ tekt v. defend, save from harm; watch over, guard …

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  • 15 protected — adjective aim to preserve (a threatened plant or animal species) by legislating against collecting or hunting. → protect …

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  • 16 protected — [prəˈtektɪd] adj used about animals, plants, and other things that the law prevents people from harming …

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  • 17 protected —   Ho omaluhia, māmalu, malu; ōpele (by taboo); mālama ia, pale ia, aumoa …

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  • 18 Protected areas of South Africa — include any geographical area protected for a specific use. Most protected areas are intended for the conservation of flora and fauna, including peace parks, national parks, and national botanical gardens. South Africa s national parks are… …

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  • 19 Protected Geographical Status — Protected Designation of Origin (PDO), Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) and Traditional Speciality Guaranteed (TSG) are geographical indications, or more precisely regimes within the Protected Geographical Status (PGS) framework [… …

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  • 20 Protected cruiser — Protected cruisers were a type of naval cruiser of the late 19th century, so known because their deck armour offered protection for vital machine spaces from shrapnel caused by exploding shells above. They were less well protected than armoured… …

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