1. joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces
2. a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface;
3. a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit;
1. put together with a seam;
The seam of his coat is pulled.
The seam came unstitched.
The test can be applied at all filled welding seam on tank boundary.
Technical performance and test results of the SEAM asphalt mixture were analyzed in the paper.
The effects of disturbed and false signals on Scanning Acoustic Microscope ( SEAM ) are presented in this paper.
The practice verifies that W pass has the rational structure, high seam quality and steady shaping.
The method of gas drainagecoal seam gas drainage , near coal gas drainage , and goaf gas drainage.
To prevent a seam from stretching, sue a twill tape to support the seam.
There are of forms of gas discharge , but the form is soft coal seam gas discharge.
I felled the seam of my trousers.
He started to leave the room, tripping over a loose seam in the slatternly carpet.
Study showed that angle deformation of T joint is changed along the welded seam length.
The testing research about enhancing rate by hydraulic cutting seam on outsize coal sample is introduced.
The paper has analyzed the content about image processing in the weld seam tracking system.
Specially suitable for zinc patching of weld seam in tube welding line, and capacitor spray.
In appearance, the welt seam is similar to the wrong side of the flat fell seam.
The article introduces the process of full diameter straight seam welded steel tube.
Factors affected coal seam permeability change and its law is analyzed.
The seam has split [ burst ] .
They struck a rich seam of iron ore.
The average UK coal seam is one metre thick.
Tack them together with a 1.5 cm seam.
Only an agreed number of men was allowed to work any given seam at any given time.
Use vinyl seam adhesive where vinyls overlap.
bursting (或 bulging) at the seams
(informal)(of a place or building) full to overflowing
come (或fall) apart at the seams
(informal)(of a person or system) be in a very poor condition and near to collapse
the attitude of the airport guard was symptomatic of a system falling apart at the seams.
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