seal
noun
  1. a special symbol, often one stamped on a piece of wax, which is used to show that a document is officially approved by the organisation that uses the symbol

  2. a piece of paper, metal, or wax attached to close something, so that it can be opened only if the paper, metal, or wax is removed or broken

verb
  1. to close something tightly

    Example

    The computer disks were sent in a sealed container.

  2. to attach a seal, to stamp something with a seal

    Example

    Customs sealed the shipment.

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