foolproof

  • This_Is_Patrick

    Senior Member
    Parsi
    Hi everybody.
    for example you want to say that "somebody cannot be trusted" or "I don't trust you" or "I distrust you". can we say "you are not foolproof" ? is this usage correct ? does it make sense ?
    Thanks in advance.
     
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    DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    Hi everybody.
    for example you wanna say that "somebody cannot be trusted" or "I don't trust you" or "I distrust you". can we say "you are not foolproof" ? is this usage correct ? does it make sense ?
    Thanks in advance.
    Sorry, no: that doesn't work at all. :(
     
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