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glaze British & World English

Fit panes of glass into (a window or door frame or similar structure)

glaze English Thesaurus

the newly made pots are glazed when they are completely dry

tin glaze British & World English

A glaze made white and opaque by the addition of tin oxide

salt glaze British & World English

A hard glaze with a pitted surface, produced on stoneware by adding salt to the kiln during firing

deglaze British & World English

Make a gravy or sauce by adding liquid to the cooking juices and food particles in (a pan in which meat has been cooked)

reglaze British & World English

Glaze (a window) again

demi-glace British & World English

A rich, glossy brown sauce from which the liquid has been partly evaporated, typically flavoured with wine and served with meat

demi-glaze in demi-glace British & World English

A rich, glossy brown sauce from which the liquid has been partly evaporated, typically flavoured with wine and served with meat

double-glaze in double glazing British & World English

the company would be asked to double-glaze the windows of some of the village houses

underglaze British & World English

A colour or design applied to pottery before it is glazed