to glass over
become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance
- The boy knocked the glass over.
- Broken glass lay scattered all over the road.
- The beer foamed over the top of the glass.
- Let's discuss this over a glass of wine in the hot springs.
- After she picked up the first glass and water went all over the place, she called the boss out.
- Slotted spoons have a particular role in the traditional absinthe ritual. They are used to hold a sugar cube over a glass as one dissolves it into her drink with cold water.
- I'd get a soup plate and then slide the glass very carefully over to the edge of the table, and let the water run into the soup plate - it doesn't have to run onto the floor.
- Float glass has a share of over 80 % of total flat glass production worldwide.
- Within the EEA, the share of float glass is probably well over 80 %.
- Raw float glass accounts for well over 80 % of total flat glass production in the EEA and can therefore be regarded as representative of NACE class 26.11.
- The European raw float glass market had an average annual growth rate in value terms of 5,28 % over that period and is therefore well above the EEA average.
- In particular, on silvered and laminated glass the Commission noted that these products were transported over long distances by the large producers.
- Sales markets form concentric circles around the different production sites and, despite relatively high transport costs, processed glass is transported over a long distance.
- In conclusion, the above analysis has demonstrated that imports of glass fibres from the PRC have increased substantially in terms of quantities over the period considered, gradually eroding the market share of the Union industry.
- If the lamp glass (or glasses) extend(s) over part only of the full aperture of the reflector, then the projection of that part only is taken into account.