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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsealingseal‧ing /ˈsiːlɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  HBACATCHthe activity of hunting or catching seals
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sealingThe new tap should be provided with a sealing washer or gasket.Equipment for dry mounting, heat sealing of photographs, etc. 4.Leifheit sealing lids, £3.60/12, jars from £1.45.Clean the surface Remove any old sealing compound which may be present on the bath close to the tap fixing.He walked across to the window, and producing a knife ran it round the paper sealing strip, then opened it.This results from a failure in the sealing of the unit and causes condensation to build up between the panes of glass.The sealing of Bosnia's fate makes the people of Kosovo feel vulnerable.Their sealing efficiency should be improved by increased depth.