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.

also glaze over If your eyes glaze or glaze over, they stay still and stop showing any emotion because you are bored or tired or have stopped listening. (of your eyes) to stay still and stop showing any emotion because you are bored or tired or have stopped listening

vidriarse
Among the audience, eyes glazed over and a few heads started to nod.

to put a piece of glass into a window or the windows of a building

acristalar, poner vidrios a
The house is nearly finished but it hasn’t been glazed yet.
glazed adjective uk /ɡleɪzd/ us

con vidrio, vidrioso
All the rooms have glazed doors.
a glazed expression/look
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)