protective

[adj] - intended or adapted to afford protection of some kind
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Protective

Pro·tect'ive adjective [ Confer French protectif .] Affording protection; sheltering; defensive. ' The favor of a protective Providence.' Feltham. Protective coloring (Zoology) , coloring which serves for the concealment and preservation of a living organism. C...
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protective

<pharmacology> An agent that affords defense against a deleterious influence, such as a substance applied to the skin to avoid the effects of the sun's rays or other noxious influences. ... Origin: L. Protegere = to cover over ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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protective

adjective intended or adapted to afford protection of some kind; `a protective covering`; `the use of protective masks and equipment`; `protective coatings`; `kept the drunken sailor in protective custody`; `animals with protective coloring`; `protective tarif...
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protective

(pro-tek´tiv) providing defense against harmful influences. an agent that does this; called also screen.
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Protective

• (a.) Affording protection; sheltering; defensive.
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protective

(L. protegere to cover over) an agent that affords defense against a deleterious influence, such as a substance applied to the skin (skin p.) to avoid the effects of the sun's rays (solar p.) or other noxious influences; called also screen.
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Protective

something that looks after you.
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