seal or seal?

Romania
January 26, 2007 4:30am CST
seal the big mammar, like lion seals or seal (plural seals) A design associated with a government or governmental office. The front of the podium bore the presidential seal. Something which will be visibly damaged if a covering or container is opened, and which may or may not bear an official design. The result was declared invalid, as the seal on the meter had been broken. Something designed to prevent liquids or gases from leaking through a joint. The canister is leaking. I think the main seal needs to be replaced. (generally singular) Security against leakage. Close the lid tightly to get a good seal.
2 responses
@perugu (5281)
• India
26 Jan 07
hi,Thats same words,giving different meanings at different situations.
@deepuj (592)
• India
26 Jan 07
whats this discussion all about, i didnt understnd much, can u tell in more detail, what u wanna discuss??