When I hear waterproof, I think "water definitely can't get in." To me, that's an adjective that implies totality (for my ignorance of a better term).
When I hear water-resistant, I think "water won't get in easily, but it's definitely not waterproof." To me, that phrase excludes totality.
Are there terms for these different types of adjectives that imply or exclude totality?
And is there a term for adjectives that do neither of these things and describe, I guess, the full range of a quality?