Meaning of GLAZED in English


Etymology: from past participle of glaze (I)


a. : covered or coated with a glaze

glazed food products

b. : having a surface made smooth and glossy or lustrous (as by calendering)

glazed paper

glazed cloth

glazed leather

c. : covered with or as if with a glassy film : marked by glassiness

the glazed vacancy of his eyes — Stephen Crane

his eyes wore that glazed , unseeing expression which is the outward token of vague thinking — Carl Van Vechten

d. : rigidly fixed in expression : lacking mobility or vitality of expression : grimly set

the glazed faces of survivors — W.H.Hale

2. : fitted, set, or equipped with glass (as windowpanes)

four glazed walls

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.