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seam 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/sēm/,
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seams, plural;
  1. Join with a seam
    • - it can be used for seaming garments
  2. Make a long narrow indentation in
    • - men in middle age have seamed faces
Noun
  1. A line along which two pieces of fabric are sewn together in a garment or other article

  2. A line where the edges of two pieces of wood, wallpaper, or another material touch each other

  3. A long thin indentation or scar
    • - a sun-scorched face fissured with delicate seams
  4. An underground layer, as of ore or coal


  1. joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces
  2. put together with a seam; "seam a dress"
  3. wrinkle: a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface; "his face has many lines"; "ironing gets rid of most wrinkles"
  4. a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit; "he worked in the coal beds"
  5. Seam was an American indie rock band active from 1991 to 1999, led by Sooyoung Park, former frontman of Bitch Magnet. Park currently plays in Ee. Drummer Chris Manfrin currently plays in the band Bottomless Pit, featuring two members from former labelmates Silkworm.
  6. Hemming and seaming are two similar metalworking processes in which a sheet metal edge is rolled over onto itself. A hem is when the edge is rolled flush to itself, while a seam joins the edges of two materials..
  7. In sewing, a seam is the join where two or more layers of fabric or other materials are held together with stitches.
  8. (SEAMS) The Workshop on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS) is a leading international forum for exchanging new research results and experiences in the areas of autonomic, self-managing, self-healing, self-optimizing, self-configuring, and self-adaptive systems. ...
  9. A folded back and stitched piece of fabric; especially, the stitching that joins two or more pieces of fabric; A suture; A thin stratum, especially of coal or mineral; The stitched equatorial seam of a cricket ball; the sideways movement of a ball when it bounces on the seam; An old English ...
  10. (Seams) Where the envelope is glued together
  11. (Seams) Open, broken surface running in straight longitudinal lines caused by the presence of oxides near the surface.
  12. (Seams) The junction where the panels connect together.
  13. (Seams) The areas on a pitch where the carpet rolls are joined together. Seams can be glued or sewn, dependant on the product. Please see appropriate installation guide in the 'Product' section for advice.
  14. (Seams) The term used to describe the joining of two carpet widths (or lengths) together to fit very large rooms. Modern seaming methods are strong and dependable.
  15. (Seams) They are open, broken lines that run along the length of the metal and caused by the presence of scale.
  16. (Seams) Two pieces of fabric joined together to make larger piece. All Draper seams are heat sealed.
  17. Seams are the connection points on surfing wetsuits between one neoprene panel and the next. Seams may be stitched or taped/glued.
  18. A line formed by the joining together of two separate pieces of the same or different materials at their edges, as with flexible-face fabric material or wood, metal, or plastic sheet. (See also butt joint.)
  19. A sew line made by the attachment / assembly of two or more components.
  20. Refers to a bowler who can cause a ball to strike the pitch on the seam of the ball, thereby causing it to deviate in its delivery path prior to reaching the batsman.
  21. The place where two edges of fabric or elastomer are adjacent to each other to form a single ply or layer.
  22. The ridge of stitching that holds the two halves of a ball together, and causes deviation off the pitch when the ball lands. Seam bowlers, as opposed to swing bowlers, rely on movement off the pitch, rather than through the air
  23. The line formed by the meeting of two planks; overlapping parts of canvas in a sail.
  24. A line, ridge, or groove formed from fitting, joining, or lapping two sections together.
  25. "The sewn edge of a garment, how two pieces are joined together."