glass

1) стекло
2) стеклянная оптика
3) зеркало
4) стеклянная тара, стеклотара || упаковывать в стеклотару
5) стакан; бокал
6) мн. ч. очки
to lit with glass — застеклять
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acidproof glass
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actinic glass
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adiactinic glass
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alarm glass
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alcohol test glass
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alkali glass
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alkali-free glass
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aluminosilicate glass
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amber glass
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anaglyph glasses
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antiactinic glass
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antidazzle glass
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antiglare glass
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armored glass
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art glass
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avanturine glass
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barium glass
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base glass
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bend glass
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beveled glass
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blank glass
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blown glass
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bone glass
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borate glass
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borosilicate glass
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bottle glass
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bottom glass
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broken glass
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building glass
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bulletproof glass
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cabal glass
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cased glass
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cast glass
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cellular glass
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ceramized glass
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cerise glass
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chalcogenide glass
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chart-reading glass
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chemical glass
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chip-mounting glass
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cladding glass
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clear glass
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clear window glass
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clock glass
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cloth glass
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clouded glass
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colored glass
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colorless glass
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commercial glass
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complex glass
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conductive glass
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container glass
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cooking glass
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corrugated glass
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cover glass
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crown flint glass
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crown glass
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crushed glass
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crystal glass
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crystalline glass
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cut glass
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dead glass
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decorative glass
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devitrified solder glass
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dimming glass
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double glass
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double-strength glass
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expanded glass
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face glass
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fancy glass
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fiber glass
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figured glass
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filter glass
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finely crushed glass
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fireproof glass
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flashed glass
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flat glass
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flint glass
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float glass
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fluid glass
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fluoride glass
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fluorine-doped silica glass
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fluted glass
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foam glass
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frosted glass
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frozen glass
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gage glass
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Georgian glass
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germanosilicate glass
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glare-resistant glass
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glazing plate glass
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granulated glass
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green glass
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grooved glass
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ground glass
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hard glass
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hardened glass
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hearth glass
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heat-absorbing glass
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high-melting glass
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high-silica glass
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high-temperature glass
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high-transmission glass
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hollow glass
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horizon glass
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hot glass
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household glass
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illuminating glass
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index glass
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iron glass
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laboratory glass
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laminated glass
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lead crystal glass
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lead glass
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light glass
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light-sensitive glass
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lime glass
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lime-soda glass
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liquid glass
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long glass
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low iron glass
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low-melting glass
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manifold plate glass
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marbled glass
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medical glass
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mirror glass
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mixed-alkali borate glass
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mold-blown glass
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molded glass
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molten glass
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moonstone glass
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natural glass
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neck glass
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noncrystallized solder glass
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nuclear waste glass
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obscured glass
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observation glass
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opacified glass
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opal glass
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ophthalmic glass
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optical glass
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organic glass
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ornamental glass
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overlaid glass
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oxide glass
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pane glass
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particulate glass
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phase-separated glass
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phosphate glass
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photoceram glass
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photochromic glass
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photosensitive glass
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pigmented glass
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plain weave glass
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plate glass
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ply glass
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polished glass
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polished plate glass
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powder glass
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pressed glass
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prism glass
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processed glass
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pyrex glass
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quartz glass
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quick-setting glass
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reduced glass
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refined glass
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refractory glass
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resin glass
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rolled glass
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ruby glass
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safety glass
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sealing glass
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seal glass
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semicrystal glass
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shaped glass
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shatterproof glass
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sheet glass
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shielding glass
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short glass
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sialon glass
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sight glass
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silica glass
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silicate glass
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silvering glass
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single strength glass
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slag glass
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soda glass
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soda-free glass
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soda-lime glass
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soft glass
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solder glass
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soluble glass
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soundproof glass
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space-manufactured ultrapure glass
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spectacle glass
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spin-quenched glass
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sponge glass
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stained glass
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striated glass
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structural glass
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sun glass
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tank glass
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technical glass
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tempered glass
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ternary glass
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tint glass
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toughened glass
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transfer glass
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translucent glass
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tuyere glass
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TV glass
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uviol glass
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visionproof glass
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vitreous glass
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waste glass
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water glass
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window glass
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wire glass
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wired glass
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woven glass

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

Смотреть что такое "glass" в других словарях:

  • glass — glass …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Glass — (gl[.a]s), n. [OE. glas, gles, AS. gl[ae]s; akin to D., G., Dan., & Sw. glas, Icel. glas, gler, Dan. glar; cf. AS. gl[ae]r amber, L. glaesum. Cf. {Glare}, n., {Glaze}, v. t.] [1913 Webster] 1. A hard, brittle, translucent, and commonly… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • GLASS —    Glass results from the heating of a mixture of sand, lime, and sodium carbonate to a very high temperature. When different materials are added to the sand, glass can become transparent, translucent, or colored. While the origins of glass are… …   Historical Dictionary of Architecture

  • Glass — oder Glaß ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Andrea Glass (* 1976), deutsche Tennisspielerin Bernhard Glass (* 1957), deutscher Rennrodler Carter Glass (1858−1946), US amerikanischer Politiker Frank Glaß (* 1965), deutscher Fußballspieler… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • glass — [ glæs ] noun *** ▸ 1 clear substance ▸ 2 for drinking out of ▸ 3 objects made of glass ▸ 4 mirror ▸ 5 barometer ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) uncount a hard clear substance used for making objects such as windows or bottles: car windows made of bulletproof… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • GLASS (P.) — GLASS PHILIP (1937 ) Le compositeur américain Philip Glass naît le 31 janvier 1937 à Baltimore. Son père, disquaire et réparateur de radio, initie le jeune Philip à la musique en lui faisant écouter de nombreux disques. À l’âge de huit ans, il… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • glass — [ glas ] n. m. • 1628 glace; all. Glas, glass 1886 d apr. l angl. ♦ Arg. Vieilli Verre (d une boisson alcoolisée). Des glass. ⊗ HOM. Glace. ⇒GLASS, subst. masc. Pop. Verre à boire : • POTIRON. C est moi qui fais le chef d orchestre. VANDERAGUE.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • glass — O.E. glæs glass, a glass vessel, from W.Gmc. *glasam (Cf. O.S. glas, M.Du., Du. glas, Ger. Glas, O.N. gler glass, looking glass, Dan. glar), from PIE *ghel to shine, glitter (Cf. L. glaber smooth, bald, O.C.S. gladuku …   Etymology dictionary

  • glass — [glas, gläs] n. [ME glas < OE glæs, akin to Ger glas < IE base * ĝhel , to shine > GOLD, GLINT, GLOW] 1. a hard, brittle substance made by fusing silicates with soda or potash, lime, and, sometimes, various metallic oxides into a molten… …   English World dictionary

  • glass´i|ly — glass|y «GLAS ee, GLAHS », adjective, glass|i|er, glass|i|est, noun, plural glass|ies. –adj. 1. like glass; smooth; easily seen through: » …   Useful english dictionary

  • glass|y — «GLAS ee, GLAHS », adjective, glass|i|er, glass|i|est, noun, plural glass|ies. –adj. 1. like glass; smooth; easily seen through: » …   Useful english dictionary

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