|(British) not burdened, free of encumbrance; starved, weak, famished, glance at in a sly or malicious manner; look at in a lecherous manner, lascivious look, look lasciviously, sly or malicious glance; lascivious look; glass furnace||leer|
|a trademark for a material made of glass fibers and plastic||Fiberglas|
|a trademark for a tough transparent acrylic plastic that can be used in place of glass, hard flexible plastic used instead of glass||Plexiglas|
|a trademark for a type of borosilicate glass that is resistant to heat and chemicals and is used in household kitchenware and laboratory apparatus||Pyrex|
|able to be turned to glass||vitrifiable|
|acrobat, amount in tumbler, drinking glass, drinking glass without a stem or handle; acrobat; part of a lock which releases the bolt to move; gear-moving part of a transmission, cog for transmitting power from a rotating shaft (Machines); species of do...||tumbler|
|act of one who leads; conducting; guiding, instructing; (Airplanes) directing toward the front of the path of an enemy plane, ahead, glass framing, lead covering; lead framing; thin strip of lead or other metal which is placed between lines of type (Pr...||leading|
|add sand to something, area of sand, brownish yellow, determination, fill with sand, fine grains of rock; beach, area covered primarily with sand, material made of tiny grains, of the color of sand, particles in hourglass, scatter sand; cover with sand...||sand|
|add up, total, little child, small amount, toddler, baby; glass of liquor||tot|
|amount in glass, barometer, cover with glass, fiberglass, fit or cover with panes of glass; frame (a picture), glass container, glassful, glassware, insert into a glass container, looking glass, made of glass; fitted with glass, magnifying glass, prote...||glass|
|animal food, crush something, grain and water mix, grind, pulverize, puree; create a soft mixture by adding hot water and crushing, make advances, make pulp of, pulpy mass, soak grain, blend; puree; mixture of boiled grains for livestock; (British) mas...||mash|
|any of several varieties of strong dry alcohol, flavored liquor, glass of schnapps||schnapps|
|application of a cupping glass to draw blood to the surface of the body for relieving internal congestion (Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy), use of cupping glass||cupping|
|application of decals onto different surfaces (glass, wood, etc.), process of transferring picture from paper||decalcomania|
|aquatic zoo, container for fish, water-filled glass for keeping and exhibiting fish||aquarium|
|area of covered and heated ground in which plants are grown in and out of season, center of activity, heated glass-covered soil bed||hotbed|
|argue something in reply, closed container for heating substances, glass vessel, heat something in retort, make a sharp answer, give an incisive reply; retaliate, reciprocate, requite, return in kind; reply to an argument with a contrary claim, respond...||retort|
|art of producing glassware by blowing air into molten glass||glassblowing|
|artificial, glass tube||test tube|
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