Definition of seamless in English:

seamless

adjective

  • 1(of a fabric or surface) smooth and without seams or obvious joins.

    ‘seamless stockings’
    • ‘The metal floor continued into the hall and the walls smoothed out into a seamless surface.’
    • ‘The injected sealant displaces the air through the part flange forming a seamless seal.’
    • ‘When seamless stockings were developed it changed the future of ladies hosiery forever.’
    • ‘So Perhaps a single, big Wi-Fi network will encourage the service providers to team up for seamless roaming.’
    • ‘The seamless bras are cut from a unique system that includes ultrasonic seaming and new bonding techniques.’
    • ‘By the end, literally rocketing down through orbit to land on the surface of a planet in one seamless move is impressive enough.’
    • ‘The floor was white washed wood, going from one room to the next like a piece of seamless fabric.’
    • ‘The overall distortion allows for the seamless integration of footage from different sources.’
    • ‘The Raiders are convinced Gibson is physical enough to make a seamless transition.’
    • ‘The graphics are very impressive as is the smooth, seamless transition between battle mode and exploration mode.’
    • ‘The company aims to provide a seamless mobile service throughout the Caribbean region.’
    • ‘In 1851, George Hemshall received the Prince Albert Medal for weaving a seamless linen shirt.’
    • ‘His smooth, cool and seamless demeanour contrasts to that of the rough and passionate Dunn.’
    • ‘He makes a chest of drawers from a single block of wood, almost seamless.’
    • ‘On one level, a seamless robe of force and coercion linked the British response to external and internal challenges.’
    • ‘What you get is a seamless, and I mean seamless, zooming and rotating of the world.’
    • ‘The surface of these texts is too perfect, seamless, wound around itself too tightly.’
    • ‘On the interior, the disembodied floor appears to float freely from seamless, rounded walls.’
    • ‘More money wouldn't remove those obstacles to seamless service, nor would improved logistics.’
    • ‘While a propagandist only presents one side, the fact is that no one side is seamless or blameless.’
    1. 1.1 Smooth and continuous, with no apparent gaps or spaces between one part and the next.
      ‘the seamless integration of footage from different sources’
      • ‘His seamless performance makes the show a timeless classic.’
      • ‘All echelons will integrate the collectors, thus creating a seamless collaborative environment.’
      • ‘That means that your use of the Internet is completely seamless.’
      • ‘For the tummy, use a panty girdle or a one-piece unitard body slimmer control top seamless in the back.’
      • ‘Players can also customize everything as well as have their characters interact with others in a seamless neighborhood.’
      • ‘Walking from the street into the interior of a building couldn't be any more seamless then it is here.’
      • ‘The idea is to eliminate inefficiency, creating a perfectly seamless manufacturing process.’
      • ‘The alliance is an effort by the three companies to create a seamless digital music system.’
      • ‘Each work is pieced together from a pair of photographs that don't quite join to form a seamless whole.’
      • ‘But Prato does a deft job in making the transitions between interview subjects appear seamless.’
      • ‘Clinicians need to balance new mainstream integration with sensitive assimilation of the hospice model to ensure seamless transition.’
      • ‘Sometimes, the stunning scenery is digitally enhanced with seamless sophistication.’
      • ‘Answering these questions may help institutions create a more seamless web of advising services.’
      • ‘There are some obvious scenes with wire work, and not everything is seamless.’
      • ‘What I'm describing requires a lot of pieces to fit together in a seamless way.’
      • ‘Military communication - or more accurately, information management - presents a seamless network on the late twentieth-century battlefield.’
      • ‘This can also help to minimise, or cause the seamless appearance of, the existence of the technology.’
      • ‘These mappings can then be used to allow seamless user translation between different security realms.’
      • ‘The seamless ensemble performance by the 50-plus cast makes for two hours of excellent entertainment.’
      • ‘This is going to be a real seamless transition.’

Pronunciation

seamless

/ˈsiːmləs/