1. [ noun ] (chemistry) a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure
Related terms: solid Pyrex soft_glass ground_glass natural_glass lead_glass opal_glass optical_glass ground_glass wire_glass safety_glass soluble_glass crown_glass stained_glass plate_glass glassware
2. [ noun ] (food) a glass container for holding liquids while drinking
Synonyms: drinking_glass
Related terms: container tumbler wineglass rummer highball_glass bumper snifter schooner seidel shot_glass liqueur_glass parfait_glass goblet water_glass beer_glass
3. [ noun ] the quantity a glass will hold
Synonyms: glassful
Related terms: containerful
4. [ noun ] (astronomy,optics) a small refracting telescope
Synonyms: spyglass field_glass
Related terms: refracting_telescope
5. [ verb ] put in a glass container
Related terms: insert
6. [ verb ] scan with binoculars, as for game in the forest
Related terms: scan field_glass
7. [ noun ] (physics) a mirror; usually a ladies' dressing mirror
Synonyms: looking_glass
Related terms: mirror
8. [ verb ] enclose with glass
Synonyms: glass_in

"glass in a porch"

Related terms: enclose
9. [ noun ] (medicine,pharmacology) amphetamine used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
Synonyms: methamphetamine_hydrochloride Methedrine meth deoxyephedrine chalk chicken_feed crank ice shabu trash methamphetamine
Related terms: controlled_substance amphetamine
10. [ verb ] furnish with glass, as of a window
Synonyms: glaze
Related terms: supply double-glaze glasscutter
11. [ verb ] become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance
Synonyms: glaze glaze_over glass_over

"Her eyes glaze over when she is bored"

Related terms: change
12. [ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 644
13. [ noun ] (food) glassware collectively

"She collected old glass"

Related terms: glassware
Similar spelling:   glassy