hermetically sealed Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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hermetically sealedadjective

uk   /hɜːˌmet.ɪ.kliˈsiːld/  us   /hɚˌmet̬-/
specialized engineering A hermetically sealed ​container or ​space is so ​tightlyclosed that no ​air can ​leave or ​enter it. disapproving separated and ​protected from very different ​conditionsoutside, in an ​unnatural way: We ​drove past a ​row of ​squalidshacks on the way to ​ourhotel, where we ​slept in ​air-conditioned, hermetically sealed ​rooms.
(Definition of hermetically sealed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hermetically sealed”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不透气的,密封的, (不自然地)与外界隔开的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不透氣的,密封的, (不自然地)與外界隔開的…
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