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seam

noun /siːm/
the line formed by the sewing together of two pieces of cloth etc
costura
This jacket is coming apart at the seams.
the line where two things meet or join
juntura, junta
Water was coming in through the seams of the boat.
a thin line or layer of coal etc in the earth
veta, filón
a coal seam.
seamstress /ˈsemstrəs, ˈsiːmstrəs/ noun a woman who earns her living by sewing.
costurera
the seamy side (of life) noun the roughest, most unpleasant side or aspect of human life
el lado más sórdido (de la vida)
As a detective, he had plenty of experience of the seamy side of life.
(Definition of seam from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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