Translation of "seal" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

seal

noun [ C ] uk /siːl/ us /siːl/
ANIMAL 動物

B2 a large mammal that eats fish and lives partly in the sea and partly on land or ice

海豹
COVERING 覆蓋物

something fixed around the edge of an opening to prevent liquid or gas flowing through it

密封墊;密封裝置
Clean the seal on/around the fridge door regularly so that it remains airtight. 定期清潔冰箱門上的密封條,可以使它保持密閉。

a thin piece of material such as paper or plastic that covers the opening of a container and has to be broken in order to open the container and use the contents

封口
MARK 標記

an official mark on a document, sometimes made with wax, that shows that it is legal or has been officially approved

封蠟;印章;封條
The lawyer stamped the certificate with her seal. 律師在證書上蓋上了她的印章。
verb [ T ] uk /siːl/ us /siːl/
COVERING 覆蓋物

C2 to close an entrance or container so that nothing can enter or leave it

封,密封

to cover a surface with a special liquid to protect it

(用特殊液體)覆蓋…的表面
This floor has just been sealed (with varnish), so don't walk on it! 地板剛剛上過清漆,別在上面走!

C2 to close a letter or parcel by sticking the edges together

封上(信或包裹); 彌封
Seal the package (up) with tape. 用透明膠帶把包裹封起來。
He sealed (down) the envelope and put a stamp on it. 他封上信封,貼上郵票。
MARK 標記

to make an agreement more certain or to approve it formally

確認,正式批准(協定)
The two leaders sealed their agreement with a handshake. 兩位領袖握手表示達成協定。

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(Translation of “seal” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)