名词:glazer 动词过去式:glazed 过去分词:glazed 现在分词:glazing 第三人称单数:glazes
1 [Tn] fit sheets or panes of glass into (sth) 装玻璃于（某物）; 给（某物）镶嵌玻璃
*glaze a window, house, etc 给窗户、房子等安装玻璃.
2 [Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p] ~ sth (with sth); ~ sth (over) cover sth with a thin shiny transparent surface 给某物覆上薄而亮的透明表面
*glazed pottery, porcelain, bricks, etc, ie covered with a liquid which when baked gives a hard glass-like surface 上釉的陶器、瓷器、砖等
* Glaze the pie with beaten egg. 在馅饼上涂上打匀的蛋液使表面发亮.
3 (phr v) glaze over (of the eyes) become dull and lifeless （指眼睛）变呆滞, 变得无生气
*After six glasses of vodka his eyes glazed over and he remembered nothing more. 他喝了六杯伏特加之後, 眼神发呆, 什么都再也记不住了.
n [C, U]
(a) (substances used to give a) thin shiny transparent surface to pottery, porcelain, etc 釉
*The vase was sold cheaply because of a fault in the glaze. 那花瓶因釉面有残已廉价售出.
(b) (beaten egg, sugar, etc used to give a) shiny attractive surface to a pie, flan, etc （在馅饼等上面涂的）蛋液、糖液等或（因而生成的）光面.
any of various thin shiny (savory or sweet) coatings applied to foods
1. The vase was sold cheaply because of a fault in the glaze. 那花瓶因釉面有残已廉价售出.