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  • a hard, brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda and lime and cooling rapidly. It is used to make windows, drinking containers, and other articles.
    E.g. the screen is made from glass
  • a drinking container made from glass.
    E.g. a beer glass
  • a lens, or an optical instrument containing a lens or lenses, in particular a monocle or a magnifying lens.
  • a mirror.
    E.g. she couldn't wait to put the dress on and look in the glass
  • cover or enclose with glass.
    E.g. the inn has a long gallery, now glassed in
  • (especially in hunting) scan (one's surroundings) with binoculars.
    E.g. the first day was spent glassing the rolling hills
  • hit (someone) in the face with a beer glass.
    E.g. he glassed the landlord because he'd been chatting to Jo
  • reflect as if in a mirror.
    E.g. the opposite slopes glassed themselves in the deep dark water

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