English version

glaze in Arts topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglazeglaze1 /Ι‘leΙͺz/ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive] (also glaze over)EXPRESS if your eyes glaze over, they show no expression, usually because you are very bored or tired πŸ”Š Sometimes his eyes would glaze over for a second or two.2 [transitive]TIP to cover plates, cups etc made of clay with a thin liquid that gives them a shiny surface3 [transitive]DFC to cover food with a liquid which gives it an attractive shiny surface πŸ”Š Glaze the rolls with egg white.4 [transitive]DHT to fit glass into window frames in a house, door etcβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
glazeβ€’ By the second chapter, your eyes begin to glaze.β€’ We later learned that the dishes had not been properly glazed.β€’ Temperatures fell suddenly, glazing all highways in the region.β€’ When a pot is glazed it typically undergoes two firings.β€’ Their faces glaze over as if in a trance.β€’ Beyond that point, unless her interest is awakened, Mrs Thatcher's eyes glaze over.β€’ The rolls are glazed with egg before they are baked.