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verb [transitive] glaze pronunciation in American English /ɡleɪz/ 
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present tense
I/you/we/theyglaze
he/she/itglazes
present participleglazing
past tenseglazed
past participleglazed
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    glaze

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    glaze over

    [intransitive] if you or your eyes glaze over, you start to look bored or tired and it is obvious to other people that you have stopped listening

    I just glaze over as soon as anyone starts talking about cars.

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