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gla·cé

 (glä-sā′)
adj.
1. Having a smooth, glazed or glossy surface, such as certain silks or leathers.
2. Coated with a sugar glaze; candied.
tr.v. gla·céed, gla·cé·ing, gla·cés
1. To glaze.
2. To candy.

[French, from past participle of glacer, to glaze, freeze, from Old French, to freeze, from Latin glaciāre; see glaciate.]

glace

(ɡlæs)
n
icea wounda swift blow

glacé

(ˈɡlæsɪ)
adj
1. (Cookery) crystallized or candied: glacé cherries.
2. (Cookery) covered in icing
3. (of leather, silk, etc) having a glossy finish
4. (Cookery) chiefly US frozen or iced
vb, -cés, -céing or -céed
(Cookery) (tr) to ice or candy (cakes, fruits, etc)
[C19: from French glacé, literally: iced, from glacer to freeze, from glace ice, from Latin glaciēs]

gla•cé

(glæˈseɪ)

adj.
1. candied, as fruits.
2. frosted or iced, as cake.
3. frozen.
4. finished with a gloss, as kid or silk.
[1840–50; < French, past participle of glacer to freeze, derivative of glace ice (see glacier)]

glace


Past participle: glacéed
Gerund: glacéing

Imperative
glace
glace
Present
I glace
you glace
he/she/it glacés
we glace
you glace
they glace
Preterite
I glacéed
you glacéed
he/she/it glacéed
we glacéed
you glacéed
they glacéed
Present Continuous
I am glacéing
you are glacéing
he/she/it is glacéing
we are glacéing
you are glacéing
they are glacéing
Present Perfect
I have glacéed
you have glacéed
he/she/it has glacéed
we have glacéed
you have glacéed
they have glacéed
Past Continuous
I was glacéing
you were glacéing
he/she/it was glacéing
we were glacéing
you were glacéing
they were glacéing
Past Perfect
I had glacéed
you had glacéed
he/she/it had glacéed
we had glacéed
you had glacéed
they had glacéed
Future
I will glace
you will glace
he/she/it will glace
we will glace
you will glace
they will glace
Future Perfect
I will have glacéed
you will have glacéed
he/she/it will have glacéed
we will have glacéed
you will have glacéed
they will have glacéed
Future Continuous
I will be glacéing
you will be glacéing
he/she/it will be glacéing
we will be glacéing
you will be glacéing
they will be glacéing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been glacéing
you have been glacéing
he/she/it has been glacéing
we have been glacéing
you have been glacéing
they have been glacéing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been glacéing
you will have been glacéing
he/she/it will have been glacéing
we will have been glacéing
you will have been glacéing
they will have been glacéing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been glacéing
you had been glacéing
he/she/it had been glacéing
we had been glacéing
you had been glacéing
they had been glacéing
Conditional
I would glace
you would glace
he/she/it would glace
we would glace
you would glace
they would glace
Past Conditional
I would have glacéed
you would have glacéed
he/she/it would have glacéed
we would have glacéed
you would have glacéed
they would have glacéed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.glace - (used especially of fruits) preserved by coating with or allowing to absorb sugar
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
Translations
مُثَلَّج
polévaný
kandiseret
polievaný
buzluşekerli

glacé

[ˈglæseɪ]
A. ADJ [fruit] → escarchado
B. CPD glacé icing Nazúcar m glaseado

glacé

[ˈglæseɪ] adj (= candied) → confit(e)

glacé

adj bunmit Zuckerguss, glasiert; cherry, fruitkandiert; glacé icingZuckerguss m; glacé leatherGlacee- or Glacéleder nt

glacé

[ˈglæseɪ] adj (fruit) → candito/a

glacé

(ˈglӕsei) , ((American) glaˈsei) adjective
iced or sugared. glacé cherries.
References in classic literature ?
A little after noon we ended the ascent and arrived at the new hotel on the Montanvert, and had a view of six miles, right up the great glacier, the famous Mer de Glace.
We crossed the Mer de Glace in safety, but we had misgivings.
The wine tasted good; the marron glace seemed to be just what she wanted.
She was overdressed, but not badly dressed, in black with a high collar, and she wore black glace gloves, in which she played cards; she had several heavy gold chains round her neck, bangles on her wrists, and circular photograph pendants, one being of Queen Alexandra; she carried a black satin bag and chewed Sen-sens.
This is a beautiful and very fertile valley, about twenty miles long and five or six broad; a bright cold stream called the Fourche de Glace, or Ice River, runs through it.
Couples were already gliding over the floor beyond: the light of the wax candles fell on revolving tulle skirts, on girlish heads wreathed with modest blossoms, on the dashing aigrettes and ornaments of the young married women's coiffures, and on the glitter of highly glazed shirt-fronts and fresh glace gloves.
when I only had one; hier vous avez charged me avec glace when I had
It seems to me the time's up, and yet the nearest I can come to doing anything rough now is to offer you a cafe glace.
action=&langue=en) HAaAaAeA tel de Glace and Calypso Valcartier Group wishes to acknowledge t work of its staff and first responders who were able to apply emergency measures effectively,"&nbsp;Jacques Desbois, the hotel's manager, said in a statement issued to International Business Times.
8 Decorate with fondant icing and marzipan or you may prefer to use royal icing or glace fruit.
2 Drain the cherries, and thinly slice the glace clementines.
Realizing that a bigger site was needed to accommodate for a larger antennae and a power plant, a second station was constructed and completed in 1905 south of Glace Bay.