glassnoun

  • jaメガネ
  • en(plural 'glasses') two small pieces of special hard, see-through material or plastic in a frame, which you wear in order to see more clearly

Examples

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Hey, guys, like my glasses?
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They don't look too cool, but they look real funny,
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so I enjoy them.
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Last week, I was in a drug store, and I saw these glasses.
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Four dollars.
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I like your glasses.
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It's like they're hiding a real man behind them.
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I don't know how to do eye makeup around my glasses,
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because usually, I'm like, "Well, my eyes are behind my glasses anyway."
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We're not that similar.
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We can't be, this guy's too damned handsome.
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Hmm.
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Is it the glasses? Those look alike.

Other meanings for glass...

glassnoun

  • jaガラス
  • ena hard, see-through material, used to make windows, bottles, and other objects
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Some things aren't supposed to sit behind glass.
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They're made to be touched, to be handled.
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Ask him about his bank... account.
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You should ask him about his bank account.
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Captain! Santiago broke the glass!
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You guys, this has to stop.
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Someone could have really gotten hurt.
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What if Meredith was taking her smoking break below that window?
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You know what would have happened?
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The shards of glass would have shaved her face right off.
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Yaah!
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Oh!
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What are you doing?
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The glass didn't break!
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Get in here, JJ! Come on!
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Aah!
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"In case of emergency, break glass."
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Well, our regular teacher always breaks the glass with his head.
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With his head?
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I built it out of Peruvian walnut with inlaid zebrawood.
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It was fitted with pegs, no screws.
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I sanded it for days until it was smooth as glass.
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I couldn't go back to my friend Jeff's house for the night,
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because I had an early flight to Europe the next morning
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and I needed to get my passport and my suitcase.
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So, desperate and freezing cold, I found a large rock.
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And I broke through the basement window, cleared out the shards of glass.
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I crawled through.
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I found a piece of cardboard and taped it up over the opening,
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figuring that in the morning, on the way to the airport, I could call my contractor and ask him to fix it.

glassnoun

  • jaコップ、グラス
  • ena container or the contents of a container used for drinking made of a hard, see-through material
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Oh, my God!
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- Ross! - Oh! Oh! Oh!
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Oh, my.
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Okay, it's alright. It's alright.
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- Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. - Excuse me. I'm sorry.
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I'm gonna have to call you back.
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I've got Shemp in my office.
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- What are you doing? - I'm sorry.
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But, hey, oh, somebody's off the phone.
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How about a glass of wine by the fire?
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I can get it going again if you...
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Oh, God, here we go.
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Hey, want to see them go nuts?
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Watch this.
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Who needs glasses?
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Raise your glasses, people.
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To the newlyweds...
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Grace and Nick.
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Surprise.
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I think you know who this is.
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- Zachary Taylor. - That's too easy.
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And there's a fun fact that doesn't seem so fun.
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What's the fun fact here?
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Oh.
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He wore a wool suit to the Fourth of July, and he got too hot.
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Then he drank 2 full glasses of milk and some cherries.
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That's how he died.
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Some people thought that the cherries were poisonous.
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Prepare your glass by adding a little salt on the rim.
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Get some ice.
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Don't shake it, but roll the cocktail by pouring it from one thing to another.
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Once the cocktail is nice and chilled,
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strain it to the glass.