glass

Synonyms and related words:
CM-glass, CR-glass, achromatic lens, adobe, aerological instrument, agate glass, alabaster, aneroid barometer, aneroidograph, astigmatic lens, barograph, barometer, barometrograph, beaker, bifocals, bijouterie, billiard table, binoculars, biscuit, bisque, blown glass, board, bottle glass, bowl, bowling alley, bowling green, brick, bubble, bullet-resisting glass, burning glass, camera, camphor glass, carnival glass, cement, ceramic ware, ceramics, cheval glass, china, clapboard, clear as glass, coated lens, concave lens, concave mirror, concavo-convex lens, condenser, convex lens, convex mirror, coralene, costume jewelry, crock, crockery, crown glass, crystal, cut glass, diaphane, display case, distorting mirror, eggshell, enamelware, eyeglass, eyeglasses, eyepiece, face, fiber glass, field glass, firebrick, flat, frosted glass, glass house, glasses, glasslike, glassware, glassy, glaze, goblet, goggles, ground glass, hand lens, hand mirror, house of cards, hurricane-hunter aircraft, hyalescent, hyaline, hygrometer, ice, image, ivory, jewelry, jug, junk jewelry, laminated glass, lath, lens, level, light, looking glass, lorgnette, lorgnon, magnifier, magnifying glass, mahogany, marble, matchwood, meniscus, mercury, microscope, mirror, object glass, objective, objective prism, ocular, old paper, opaline, opera glasses, pane, paper, parchment, paste, piecrust, pier glass, plane, plank, plate glass, porcelain, pot, pottery, prism, radiosonde, reader, reading glass, rear-view mirror, recording barometer, reflector, refractory, revet, rhinestone, safety glass, satin, scatter pins, scope, seeing glass, shake, shaving mirror, sheathe, shingle, shopwindow, showcase, silk, slate, slide, smooth, specs, spectacles, speculum, spy glass, spyglass, stained glass, stemware, stone, telephoto lens, telescope, tennis court, terrestrial telescope, thatch, thermal detector, thermometer, thermostat, tile, tiling, toric lens, transparent substance, trifocals, tumbler, urn, vacuometer, varifocal lens, vase, velvet, veneer, vitreous, vitrics, vitriform, vitrine, wall in, wall up, wallpaper, watch crystal, watch glass, weather balloon, weather instrument, weather satellite, weather vane, weatherboard, weatherglass, window, window glass, window mirror, windowlight, windowpane, zoom binoculars, zoom lens

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  • glass — glass …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Glass — (gl[.a]s), n. [OE. glas, gles, AS. gl[ae]s; akin to D., G., Dan., & Sw. glas, Icel. glas, gler, Dan. glar; cf. AS. gl[ae]r amber, L. glaesum. Cf. {Glare}, n., {Glaze}, v. t.] [1913 Webster] 1. A hard, brittle, translucent, and commonly… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • GLASS —    Glass results from the heating of a mixture of sand, lime, and sodium carbonate to a very high temperature. When different materials are added to the sand, glass can become transparent, translucent, or colored. While the origins of glass are… …   Historical Dictionary of Architecture

  • Glass — oder Glaß ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Andrea Glass (* 1976), deutsche Tennisspielerin Bernhard Glass (* 1957), deutscher Rennrodler Carter Glass (1858−1946), US amerikanischer Politiker Frank Glaß (* 1965), deutscher Fußballspieler… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • glass — [ glæs ] noun *** ▸ 1 clear substance ▸ 2 for drinking out of ▸ 3 objects made of glass ▸ 4 mirror ▸ 5 barometer ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) uncount a hard clear substance used for making objects such as windows or bottles: car windows made of bulletproof… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • GLASS (P.) — GLASS PHILIP (1937 ) Le compositeur américain Philip Glass naît le 31 janvier 1937 à Baltimore. Son père, disquaire et réparateur de radio, initie le jeune Philip à la musique en lui faisant écouter de nombreux disques. À l’âge de huit ans, il… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • glass — [ glas ] n. m. • 1628 glace; all. Glas, glass 1886 d apr. l angl. ♦ Arg. Vieilli Verre (d une boisson alcoolisée). Des glass. ⊗ HOM. Glace. ⇒GLASS, subst. masc. Pop. Verre à boire : • POTIRON. C est moi qui fais le chef d orchestre. VANDERAGUE.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • glass — O.E. glæs glass, a glass vessel, from W.Gmc. *glasam (Cf. O.S. glas, M.Du., Du. glas, Ger. Glas, O.N. gler glass, looking glass, Dan. glar), from PIE *ghel to shine, glitter (Cf. L. glaber smooth, bald, O.C.S. gladuku …   Etymology dictionary

  • glass — [glas, gläs] n. [ME glas < OE glæs, akin to Ger glas < IE base * ĝhel , to shine > GOLD, GLINT, GLOW] 1. a hard, brittle substance made by fusing silicates with soda or potash, lime, and, sometimes, various metallic oxides into a molten… …   English World dictionary

  • glass´i|ly — glass|y «GLAS ee, GLAHS », adjective, glass|i|er, glass|i|est, noun, plural glass|ies. –adj. 1. like glass; smooth; easily seen through: » …   Useful english dictionary

  • glass|y — «GLAS ee, GLAHS », adjective, glass|i|er, glass|i|est, noun, plural glass|ies. –adj. 1. like glass; smooth; easily seen through: » …   Useful english dictionary

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