Translation of glass in Spanish:
- 1 uncountable 1.1 (material)(crystal) cristal (masculine)a pane of glassun vidrioun cristal (Spain)the burglars broke the glass to get inlos ladrones rompieron el vidrio or (Spain) el cristal para entrarbroken glassvidrio rotocristales rotos (Spain)to be grown under glass(plant)
cultivarse en invernadero(before noun) (door/roof)a glass case
de cristal (Spain)una vitrinaa glass eyeun ojo de vidrio or (Spain) de cristalExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (glassware)
- I closed my eyes and leaned against the cool glass window, feeling sick.
- Silica is one of the basic materials of sand and it forms glass when it fuses.
- For anyone who does not know, glass is a hard, transparent or translucent brittle material that does not dissolve is not flammable.
- First of all, you should always be drinking quality beers out of a glass.
- I once saw a girl drinking beer from a pint glass with a straw.
- His picture decorates stickers, cigarette lighters, record sleeves, cups, beer glasses and so on - Che is omnipresent.
- The firm sells high quality china, glass and collectables.
- There will also be antique glass, china, furniture and metalware on display.
- Lesser items, such as old magazines, inexpensive glass and china ware, may just sit in boxes.
- 2 countable (vessel)(with stem) copa (feminine)a champagne glassuna copa de champána glass of champagneuna copa de champána set of crystal glassesun juego de copas/vasos de cristalplease raise your glasses to our guestbrindemos por nuestro invitadoshe gets quite talkative when she's had a glass or twocuando se ha tomado unas copas le da por hablar
- 3also: glasses plural3.1 (spectacles)gafas (feminine plural)he wears glasses
lentes (masculine plural) (esp (Latin America) )
anteojos (masculine plural) (esp (Latin America) )lleva gafasusa lentes or anteojos (esp (Latin America) )Example sentences3.2
also: field glasses
- This allows you to scrutinize as much of the glass lens elements as possible.
- Somewhere outside there was a street lamp, it was caught in the glass, repeated, magnified and diminished, countless times.
- Etta was a very austere widow who wore a little glass lens on a chain around her neck and held it up to peer at Norm and I whenever she visited us.
- 5 countable (barometer) the glass is rising/fallingla presión (atmosférica or barométrica) está subiendo/bajando
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