- vt. 装以玻璃；上釉于
- vi. 变呆滞；变得光滑
- n. 釉；光滑面
- n. (Glaze)人名；(英)格莱兹
CET6+ TEM8 GRE TOEFL
1. glass => glaze.
2. 类推对比：brass => braze.
- glaze (v.)
- late 14c. variant of Middle English glasen "to fit with glass," also "to make shine," from glas (see glass (n.)). The form probably influenced or reinforced by glazier. Of pottery, etc., "cover with a shiny or glossy substance," from c. 1400. Related: Glazed; glazing.
- glaze (n.)
- "substance used to make a glossy coating," 1784, from glaze (v.). In reference to a thin coating of ice from 1752.
- 1. The company is now offering to double-glaze the windows for £3,900.
- 2. Brush the glaze over the top and sides of the hot cake.
- 3. A lot of people's eyes glaze over if you say you are a feminist.
- 4. Glaze the pie with beaten egg.
- 5. The dishwasher has worn the glaze off the china.
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