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glazier

a person who fits windows with glass or panes of glass
Not to be confused with:
glacier – a mass of slowly moving land ice formed by the accumulation of snow on high ground
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gla·zier

 (glā′zhər)
n.
One who cuts and fits glass, as for doors and windows.

[Middle English glasier, from glas, glass; see glaze.]

gla′zier·y (-zhə-rē) n.
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glazier

(ˈɡleɪzɪə)
n
(Building) a person who glazes windows, etc
ˈglaziery n
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gla•zier

(ˈgleɪ ʒər)

n.
a person who fits windows or the like with glass or panes of glass.
[1350–1400]
gla′zier•y, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.glazier - someone who cuts flat glass to sizeglazier - someone who cuts flat glass to size
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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Translations
زَجّاج، مُرَكِّب الزُّجاج
sklenář
glarmester
glerskeri, glersmiîur
sklenár

glazier

[ˈgleɪzɪəʳ] Nvidriero/a m/f
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glazier

[ˈgleɪzɪər] nvitrier m
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glazier

nGlaser(in) m(f)
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glazier

[ˈgleɪzɪəʳ] nvetraio
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

glaze

(gleiz) verb
1. to fit glass into. to glaze a window.
2. to cover with glass or a glaze. The potter glazed the vase.
3. (of eyes) to become blank or dull.
noun
1. a glassy coating put on pottery etc. a pink glaze on the grey vase.
2. a shiny coating eg of sugar on fruit etc.
ˈglazier (-ziə) , ((American) -ʒər) noun
a person who puts glass in window frames etc.
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The deal will enhance the company's know-how in the sector, possibility to develop in new business sectors and also to expand its service portfolio adding masonry, carpentry, locksmith, roofing, joinery, glaziery and plumbing services, Alpine said.
There are several arts subservient to architecture; as carpentry, masonry, paving, joinery, smithry, glaziery, plumbery, plastering, gilding, and painting; in which there are a great consumption of timber, stone, brick, tile, lime, lead, glass, iron, and other commodities.