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glaze in Arts topic

glazeglaze2 noun [countable, uncountable]  1 TIPa liquid that is used to cover plates, cups etc made of clay to give them a shiny surface2 DFCa liquid which is put onto food to give it an attractive shiny surface3 AVPa transparent covering of oil paint spread over a painting
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glazeFar out, the bay had a glaze like celadon.Add the sherry to the pan, and stir until it has been reduced to a glaze.However, one obvious difference between glazes and glasses is that glazes are made specifically for their attachment to pottery surfaces.Most new wood comes with a finish called a mill glaze.Thus the composition was blocked in on a warm basis, over which he would lay a series of glazes.Brush with tamarind glaze, turn, brush top with glaze, and cook until done, 3 to 5 minutes.The unpredictability of the glaze means that each pot is unique.Spoon the glaze over the kiwi fruit.