seamlessly?

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Hi!
Would you mind giving me a modulate translation for this word? Is it "perfectamente"?
Thank you!

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updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by Monica-Flores

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"seemlessly" is not even a word while "seamlessly" is (normally used to refer to a repair/conjoining that is done so well as to be [almost] invisible). Therefor, I would suggest "invisible".

updated NOV 18, 2008
posted by samdie
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Gus said:

Does "sin costura" work here?

Actually it works, but, I do'nt think she means that. I think Eddy is correct.

If I am correct, then I have the following.
mal visto (general use)
improprio, indecoroso (bad behaviour)

updated NOV 18, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Does "sin costura" work here?

Actually it works, but, I do'nt think she means that. I think Eddy is correct.

updated NOV 18, 2008
posted by 00769608
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Does "sin costura" work here?

Marco

updated NOV 18, 2008
posted by Marco-T
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I think you might mean "seemlessly". I am not sure but this could equate to unseemly - not conforming to propriety or good taste. I do not know its exact meaning in Spanish but it appears to be contrary to what you think.

updated NOV 18, 2008
posted by Eddy
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What do you mean by "modulate"?

There could be lots of possibilities for "seamlessly," so please provide context.

updated NOV 18, 2008
posted by Natasha