Definition of glazing in English:

glazing

Line breaks: glaz¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈgleɪzɪŋ
 
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noun

  • 1 [mass noun] The action of installing windows: a programme of acoustic glazing was undertaken to protect against traffic noise
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    • For example, using the building form to provide shelter from a noise source is preferable to installing acoustic-rated glazing.
    • The noise of the traffic has forced residents to sleep at the back of their houses and install secondary glazing, costing hundreds of pounds.
    • He said the roof on the new grandstand was half-completed and glazing was being installed.
  • 1.1Glass windows: sealed protective glazing
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    • He said such improvements might, for example, create ventilation between the inner stained glass and the protective outer glazing.
    • What kind of glass should you use - normal glass or acrylic glazing?
    • Double-hung windows were replaced to match the profile and leaded glazing of the originals.
  • 2A glaze: bakers show great flair in their use of glazings
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    • We provide methods to analyze new kinds of systems such as radiant heating and cooling, electrochromic glazings and daylighting.
    • Also coming are smart glazings, notably electrochromics, which use low-voltage power to modulate from clear to full color.
    • While some glazings, such as low-emissivity ones, result in no significant change, others can dramatically alter it.

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