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French-English translation for: glass
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Dictionary French English: glass

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NOUN1   a glass | glasses
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NOUN2   glass [substance] | -
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VERB  to glass | glassed | glassed ... 
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SYNO   field glass | glass | spyglass ... 
en verre {adj}glass [attr.]
Nouns
verre {m}
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glass
cuis. verrine {f}glass
2 Words: Nouns
cristal {m} taillécut glass
verre {m} déformantdistorting glass
optique jumelles {f.pl}field glass [also: field glasses]
verre {m} dépolifrosted glass
mus. harmonica {m} de verreglass armonica
bouteille {f} en verreglass bottle
arch. constr. marquise {f} [auvent]glass canopy
occup. sociol. plafond {m} de verre [fig.]glass ceiling [fig.]
matériel fibre {f} de verreglass fiber [Am.]
matériel fibre {f} de verreglass fibre [Br.]
mus. harmonica {m} de verreglass harmonica
mus. harmonica {m} de verreglass harmonium
verroterie {f}glass jewellery [Br.]
verrière {f} [toit vitré]glass roof
arts fixé {m}glass-picture
loupe {f}magnifying glass
verre {m} grossissantmagnifying glass
chim. silicate {m} de potassewater glass
verre {m} à vitrewindow glass
verre {m} à vinwine glass
3 Words: Others
cuis. en verrine {adv}in a glass
3 Words: Nouns
cuis. outil. ensemble {m} de plats en verreglass bowl set
cuis. bock {m}glass of beer
verre {m} d'eauglass of water
optique glace {f} sans tainone-way glass
optique miroir {m} sans tainone-way glass
méd. main {f} en lorgnette [Arthritis mutilans]opera-glass hand [chronic absorptive arthritis]
tesson {m} (de bouteille)shard (of glass)
arch. vitrail {m}stained glass window
4 Words: Nouns
cuis. œufs {m.pl} en verrineeggs in a glass
chopine {f} [fam.]glass / bottle of wine
5+ Words: Others
On ne lance pas de pierre quand on vit dans une maison de verre !People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones! [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
cuis. faire le trou normandto drink a glass of Calvados between each course of a meal
Fiction (Literature and Film)
littérat. F Une corne d'abondanceA Glass of Blessings [Barbara Pym]
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