glass sth in/over Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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glass sth in/over

phrasal verb with glass uk   /ɡlɑːs/  us   /ɡlæs/ verb
to use glass to fill the open spaces in something or to cover something: We glassed in the porch to make a small conservatory. The manuscripts are now glassed over, to stop them being damaged.
Translations of “glass sth in/over”
in Chinese (Traditional) 給…裝玻璃, 用玻璃把…罩住:…
in Chinese (Simplified) 给…装玻璃, 用玻璃把…罩住:…
(Definition of glass sth in/over from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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