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reglaze

Line breaks: re|glaze
Pronunciation: /riːˈɡleɪz
 
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Definition of reglaze in English:

verb

[with object]
Glaze (a window) again: the main west window has been completely restored and reglazed
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  • In the 20th century, the windows were also reglazed with multicolored glass after the Victorian windows were blown out by a World War II bomb and a second side altar installed.
  • The only changes to the 1932 garage facade and its 1941 rear addition were to reglaze the windows with double panes and to install a new fiberglass rolling door.
  • Today Chris Hodgson head of operations for North Bradford Community Housing Trust said: ‘It was explained to Miss Robinson that the windows would be reglazed and the door fitted on the day she moved in.’

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