- 1 [intransitive] glaze (over) if a person's eyes glaze or glaze over, the person begins to look bored or tired Her eyes glazed over when he started to describe his job writing computer code. “I'm feeling a little tired,” he said, his eyes glazing.
- 2 [transitive] glaze something to fit sheets of glass into something to glaze a window/house a glazed door compare glass
- 3 [transitive] glaze something (with something) to cover something with a glaze to give it a shiny surface Glaze the pie with beaten egg. glazed tiles a glazed doughnut
NAmE//ɡleɪz//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they glaze
he / she / it glazes
past simple glazed
-ing form glazing