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glass·ware

 (glăs′wâr′)
n.
Objects, especially containers, made of glass. Also called glasswork.
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glassware

(ˈɡlɑːsˌwɛə)
n
(Ceramics) articles made of glass
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glass•ware

(ˈglæsˌwɛər, ˈglɑs-)

n.
articles of glass, esp. drinking glasses.
[1705–15]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.glassware - an article of tableware made of glassglassware - an article of tableware made of glass
crystal - glassware made of quartz
cut glass - glass decorated by cutting or grinding facets
glass - glassware collectively; "She collected old glass"
tableware - articles for use at the table (dishes and silverware and glassware)
Venetian glass - fine glassware made near Venice
glass - a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure
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Translations

glassware

[ˈglɑːswɛəʳ] Ncristalería f, objetos mpl de cristal
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glassware

[ˈglɑːswɛər] nverrerie f
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glassware

[ˈglɑːsˌwɛəʳ] ncristalleria, articoli mpl di vetro
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To see a camel train laden with the spices of Arabia and the rare fabrics of Persia come marching through the narrow alleys of the bazaar, among porters with their burdens, money-changers, lamp-merchants, Al-naschars in the glassware business, portly cross-legged Turks smoking the famous narghili; and the crowds drifting to and fro in the fanciful costumes of the East, is a genuine revelation of the Orient.
There, too, is held the general rendezvous of the caravans --those of the south, with their slaves and their freightage of ivory; and those of the west, which export cotton, glassware, and trinkets, to the tribes of the great lakes.
She longed to have Manuel for a butler; so silently and easily did he comport himself among the frail glassware and dainty silver.
If your region's water source is rich in magnesium and calcium salts ("hard" water), adding rinse-aid to your dishwasher along with the detergent may help prevent streaks an spotting on your glassware and dishes.
Etch is the permanent physical alteration of the surface of glassware caused by elements in the wash water that attack the glass through repeated washing.
Michael Fabricant (Con Lichfield) asked Ministers whether they 'bought British' when buying crockery, cutlery and glassware.
Comprising 240 pages of information, the catalogue includes the company's full laboratory glassware range.
Long a laboratory workhorse, the labware glassware washer plays a trusted--if behind-the-scenes--role in the daily activities of scientists and, as a result, are made to careful and exacting standards.
Glassware by Linzi Hodges, of Rhyl, will be exhibited in the Rhyl Library, Museum and Art Gallery until February 22.
Sales of PT Asahimas Flat Glass in the first quarter of this year rose 8% to 105,107 tons of glassware year on year.
In addition broken glassware and the mercury contained in the thermometer could pose additional hazards.