- 1.1 (material) glass fábrica de vidrio glassworks una botella de vidrio a glass bottle 1.2 (esp AmL) (objeto) hay que limpiar los vidrios the windows need cleaning tenemos que cambiar uno de los vidrios we have to replace one of the panes o windowpanes me corté con un vidrio I cut myself on a piece of glass hay vidrios rotos en la calle there is broken glass in the street, there are pieces of broken glass in the street 1.3 (de un reloj) crystal, glass ahí nos vidrios (Méx) [familiar/colloquial] see you there! [colloquial/familiar] pagar los vidrios rotos to take the responsibility o blame, to take the rap (AmE) [colloquial/familiar], , to carry the can (BrE) [colloquial/familiar]
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