- [C] 海豹 animal with flippers that lives near and in the sea and eats fish
- [C] 印章,印鉴,图章 symbols or words pressed into wax, clay, paper etc. to show that sth is approved or official
- [C] 封条,封蜡 part of a lid or opening that must be broken to reach inside a container
- [C] (保证、确认等的)印戳 sth that gives assurance
- vt. 盖章于 fix a seal
- vt. 密封 fasten or close tightly
- vt. 决定 settle; decide
fastener consisting of a resinous composition that is plastic when warm; used for sealing documents and parcels and letters
a device incised to make an impression; used to secure a closing or to authenticate documents
the pelt or fur (especially the underfur) of a seal;
"a coat of seal"
a member of a Naval Special Warfare unit who is trained for unconventional warfare;
"SEAL is an acronym for Sea Air and Land"
a stamp affixed to a document (as to attest to its authenticity or to seal it);
"the warrant bore the sheriff's seal"
an indication of approved or superior status
a finishing coat applied to exclude moisture
fastener that provides a tight and perfect closure
any of numerous marine mammals that come on shore to breed; chiefly of cold regions
make tight; secure against leakage;
"seal the windows"
close with or as if with a seal;
"She sealed the letter with hot wax"
affix a seal to;
"seal the letter"
cover with varnish
- The seal on this bottle is broken.
- This document carries the royal seal.
- The first time I saw a seal was in an aquarium.
- The envelope was firmly sealed.
- You must seal up the envelope before mailing the letter.
- They signed and sealed the treaty.
- The newlywed royal couple sealed their marriage on Friday with an iconic appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace before an ecstatic crowd of thousands of well-wishers.
- They saw many seals off the Coast of Alaska.
- The letter bears the seal of the king.
- I've bought a seal to put around the edge of the bath.
- She sealed the letter.
- We sealed our agreement with a handshake.
- The arrival of reinforcements sealed our victory.
- The medicine was sealed in small capsules.
- Her lips were sealed by a promise.
- The envelope was firmly sealed.
- His doom is sealed.
- The agreement has been signed and sealed.
- The bargain was sealed.
- seal of approval
- set the seal on
使成定局,使确定下来,认可bring to an end in a suitable way; formally end
- seal off (v.+adv.)
封闭 close tightly so as not to allow entrance or escape
seal sth ⇔ off
The police have sealed off the area where the murdered girl was found.
- seal up (v.+adv.)
把…封起来 close tightly
seal sth ⇔ up
They sealed up the cracks in the window to stop the icy wind from blowing in.
- affix〔stamp〕 a seal 盖章
- break〔take off〕 a seal 启封
- engrave a seal 刻图章
- pass the seal 盖有图章
- put the seal on 在…封口处打上封印
- set seal to the paper 在文件上盖章
- set the seal on 结束某事
- female〔male, young〕 seal 母〔公,小〕海豹
- seal authoritatively 权威地最后确定
- seal automatically 自动密封
- seal effectively 有效地密封
- seal firmly 牢牢地封住
- seal hermetically 密封住
- seal immediately 马上确定
- seal impartially 公正地确定
- seal legally 合法盖章于…上
- seal nominally 名义上密封
- seal officially 正式密封
- seal in 把某物密封起来不使其外泄
- seal the flavour in 保存味道
- seal off the area 封锁了这一地区
- seal off from the outside world 与外界隔绝
- seal up the cracks in the window 把窗子的缺口堵死
- seal up the documents for safekeeping 把这些文件封存起来
Depended..on this valve maintaining a perfectly air-tight seal.出自： L. T. C. Rolt
The space..is filled by some form of weather-proof seal.出自： J. S. Foster
The Treaty..which sealed Russia's withdrawal from the war.出自： G. F. Kennan
The little drink seemed to seal their easy companionship.出自： M. Keane
- seal作动词指“密封”时，可以用seal the letter或seal the envelope表示“把信件密封”。
- ☆ 1230年左右进入英语，直接源自古法语的seel；最初源自通俗拉丁语的sigellum，意为把设计图案印在蜡上。