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Translation of "glass" - English-Spanish dictionary

glass

noun   /ɡlɑːs/
A1 [no plural] a hard, clear substance that objects such as windows and bottles are made of cristal broken glass glass jars
A1 a container made of glass that is used for drinking copa, vaso Would you like a glass of water?
glasses [plural]
A1 a piece of equipment with two transparent parts that you wear in front of your eyes to help you see better gafas a pair of glasses She was wearing glasses.
(Definition of glass from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

glass

noun /ɡlaːs/
a hard usually breakable transparent substance vidrio The bottle is made of glass (also adjective) a glass bottle.
a usually tall hollow object made of glass, used for drinking vaso, copa There are six glasses on the tray sherry glasses.
(also looking-glass) a mirror. espejo
a barometer, or the atmospheric pressure shown by one barómetro The glass is falling.
glasses noun plural
spectacles. gafas She’s wearing a pair of glasses.
glassful noun
the amount that a drinking glass will hold vaso Pour in two glassfuls of water.
glassy adjective ( comparative glassier, superlative glassiest)
not showing any expression vidrioso a glassy stare.
like glass vítreo, cristalino a glassy sea.
glassiness noun
vidriosidad, aspecto cristalino The glassiness of her stare made him feel uneasy.
glasshouse noun
(British) a large greenhouse invernadero
glassware noun
objects made of glass. cristalería, objetos de cristal
glasses, meaning spectacles, is plural: His reading glasses are broken.but a pair of glasses takes a singular verb: A pair of glasses has been found.
(Definition of glass from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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