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seal

noun
 
/siːl/
an animal with smooth fur that eats fish and lives near the sea
foca
a thin piece of material such as paper or plastic that has to be broken to open a container, envelope, etc.
precinte
something fixed around the edge of an opening to prevent liquid or gas flowing through it
precinte, tancadura
(Definition of seal noun from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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