Word: seal

Category: seal

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Related words: seal

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Synonyms: seal

eyeglass

Translations: seal

spanish
lacrar, precintar, sellar, timbrar, foca


german
siegel, versiegeln, seehund, abdichtung, stempel, ...

french
calfeutrer, boucher, scellent, phoque, obturer, ...

italian
sigillare, foca, guarnizione, suggellare

portuguese
selar, animal, foca, gaivota, lacrar, ...

dutch
verzegelen, bezegelen, rob

russian
пломба, оковывать, гриф, клеймо, печать, ...

norwegian
sel, segl, forsegle

swedish
lacka, sigill, försegla, säl

finnish
sinetöidä, lakata, varustaa sinetillä, sinetti

danish
sæl

czech
plomba, lakovat, zacementovat, pečetit, cejchovat, ...

polish
fok, plomba, zalakować, foka, lakować, ...

hungarian
vízzárás, fóka, padlóbevonat

turkish
mühürlemek, fok, ayıbalığı

greek
βούλα, φώκια

ukrainian
друк, запломбувати, печать, тюлень, пломба, ...

bulgarian
клеймо

estonian
hüljes, pitsat

croatian
pečat, brtva, žig, brtvljenje

icelandic
innsigla, innsigli

latin
signum

lithuanian
ruonis

latvian
ronis

macedonian
печатот

romanian
sigila

slovenian
zalepit, plomba

slovak
tuleň, plomba

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The meaning and "use of": seal

noun
  • a device or substance that is used to join two things together so as to prevent them from coming apart or to prevent anything from passing between them.
  • a piece of wax, lead, or other material with an individual design stamped into it, attached to a document to show that it has come from the person who claims to have issued it.
  • a thing regarded as a confirmation or guarantee of something.
  • the obligation on a priest not to divulge anything said during confession.

verb
  • fasten or close securely.
  • apply a nonporous coating to (a surface) to make it impervious.
  • fry (food) briefly in hot fat to prevent it from losing too much of its moisture during subsequent cooking.
  • conclude, establish, or secure (something) definitively, excluding the possibility of reversal or loss.
  • fix a piece of wax or lead stamped with a design to (a document) to authenticate it.
  • hunt for seals.

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