Translation of "glaze" - English-Spanish dictionary

glaze

verb uk /ɡleɪz/ us

to make a surface shiny by putting a liquid substance onto it and leaving it or heating it until it dries

glasear, vidriar
Glaze the pastry with beaten egg.
The pot had been badly glazed.
glazed adjective uk /ɡleɪzd/ us
noun uk /ɡleɪz/ us

a substance used to glaze something a substance used to make the surface of something shiny

vidriado
a cake with a dark chocolate glaze
pottery with a fine, translucent glaze

(Translation of “glaze” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

glaze

verb /ɡleiz/

to fit glass into

poner cristales
He learnt how to glaze a window with putty.

to cover with glass or a glaze

vidriar, esmaltar, barnizar
The potter glazed the vase.

(of eyes) to become blank or dull

volverse vidriosos
His eyes glazed over and he fell asleep.
glazier /-ziə, (American) -ʒər/ noun

a person who puts glass in window frames etc.

vidriero

(Translation of “glaze” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)