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"Glass Meaning In Bengali"

Glass (verb) - কাঁচ; আয়না; দর্পণ। (কাঁচের) গেলাস

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Glass Meaning in Bengali. Glass শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Glass meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Glass".

"Glass Meaning"


Glass বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Glass in English? What does Glass mean? What is another word for Glass? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words

Similar Words: glass, glass ceiling, glass chin, glass chins, glass cockpit, glass cockpits, glass eye, glass eyes, glass fiber, glass fibers,

Glass Example in a sentence

Glass Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for glass

After this piece of nautical gallantry, the glass began to circulate.

And here is tea as hot, I believe, as if we were still blessed with glass windows.

Then Kerr, with a quick dash of his hand, picked up his glass.

On the glass panel of its door was the announcement: "General Exporter."

All looked up to the end of the table, where their host had broken a glass.

The coolest month is December, when the glass stays at about 77°; and in May, the hottest month, at 86°.

And, turning to the glass, she went on twisting and coiling up her hair.

He placed the glass on the little table by his side, and looked at it.

"It is where Cinderella's glass slippers are," screamed Win.

You and I both live in glass houses set on a very high hill.

Glass History and Origin

History of: Glass

Word Origin & History

glass O.E. glæs, from W.Gmc. *glasam (cf. M.Du. glas, Ger. Glas), from P.Gmc. base *gla-/*gle-, from PIE *gel-/*ghel- "to shine, glitter, be green or yellow," a color word that is the root of words for grey, blue, green, and yellow (cf. O.E. glær "amber," L. glaesum "amber," O.Ir. glass "green, blue, gray," Welsh glas "blue"). Sense of "drinking glass" is early 13c.; glasses for "spectacles" is 1660s. The glass slipper in "Cinderella" is probably an error by Charles Perrault, translating in 1697, mistaking O.Fr. voir "ermine, fur" for verre "glass." In other versions of the tale it ...is a fur slipper. Glass ceiling first recorded 1990.

Glass Synonyms

mirror reflector looking glass seeing glass

Glass Definition

noun
1.
a hard, brittle, noncrystalline, more or less transparent substance produced by fusion, usually consisting of mutually dissolved silica and silicates that also contain soda and lime, as in the ordinary variety used for windows and bottles.
2.
any artificial or natural substance having similar properties and composition, as fused borax, obsidian, or the like.
3.
something made of such a substance, as a windowpane.
4.
a tumbler or other comparatively tall, handleless drinking container.
5.
glasses, Also called eyeglasses. a device to compensate for defective vision or to protect the eyes from light, dust, and the like, consisting usually of two glass or plastic lenses set in a frame that includes a nosepiece for resting on the bridge of the nose and two sidepieces extending over or around the ears (usually used with pair of).
Compare goggle (def 1a), pince-nez, spectacle (def 3).
6.
a mirror.
7.
things made of glass, collectively; glassware:
They used to collect old glass.
8.
9.
a lens, especially one used as a magnifying glass.
10.
adjective
11.
made of glass:
a glass tray.
12.
furnished or fitted with panes of glass; glazed.
verb (used with object)
13.
to fit with panes of glass.
14.
cover with or encase in glass.
15.
to coat or cover with fiberglass:
to glass the hull of a boat.
16.
to scan with a spyglass or other optical instrument.
17.
to reflect:
Trees glassed themselves in the lake.

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