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    seamless

    Can the word seamless be used to accentuate different type of food such as apples are seamlessly eatable translated from different language?
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    Re: seamless

    You can in general use adjectives in a metaphorical sense, but I don't see what you mean here, it's not clear.

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    Re: seamless

    I don't see how that would work. Things generally move "seamlessly" from one state/condition to another. There is normally a "seamless transition". I can see no evidence of anything changing from one state to another in your example.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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