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Definitions of glass:

part of speech: adjective

Made of glass.

part of speech: noun

A hard, brittle, transparent substance, white or colored, made by melting together sand or silica with lime, potash, soda, or lead oxide, and used for window- panes, mirrors, dishes, etc.; a drinking glass, or the quantity contained in it; a mirror; lens; a telescope, or barometer.

part of speech: noun

A hard, brittle, transparent substance, made by fusing powdered flint or fine sand with some alkali; a small drinking- vessel; the quantity contained therein; a mirror; a scientific instrument, as a prospect- glass, a weather- glass.

part of speech: verb transitive

To reflect, as in a mirror.

part of speech: noun

The hard, brittle, transparent substance in windows: anything made of glass, esp. a drinking vessel, a mirror, etc.:- pl. spectacles: the quantity of liquid a glass holds.

part of speech: adjective

GLASSLIKE.

part of speech: verb transitive

To case in glass.

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