Glass

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Internationalization
Afrikaans: Glas
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العربية: زجاج
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مصرى: ازاز
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Aragonés: Bidre
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Avañe'ẽ: Itavera
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Bahasa Indonesia: Kaca
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Bahasa Melayu: Kaca
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Беларуская: Шкло
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Bosanski: Staklo
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Български: Стъкло
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Català: Vidre
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Čeština: Sklo
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Cymraeg: Gwydr
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Dansk: Glas
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Deutsch: Glas
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Eesti: Klaas
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Ελληνικά: Γυαλί
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English: Glass
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Español: Vidrio
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Esperanto: Vitro
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Euskara: Beira
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فارسی: شیشه
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Français : Verre
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Galego: Vidro
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한국어: 유리
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Hrvatski: Staklo
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Ido: Vitro
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Íslenska: Gler
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Italiano: Vetro
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עברית: זכוכית
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Kiswahili: Kioo
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Kurdî: Cam
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Latina: Vitrum
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Latviešu: Stikls
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Lietuvių: Stiklas
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Lumbaart: Véder
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Magyar: Üveg
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Македонски: Стакло
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Napulitano: Vrito
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Nederlands: Glas
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日本語: ガラス
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Norsk bokmål: Glass
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Norsk nynorsk: Glas
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Occitan : Veire
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Ирон: Авг
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Polski: Szkło
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Português: Vidro
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Română: Sticlă
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Runa Simi: Q'ispillu
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Русский: Стекло
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Sicilianu: Vitru
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Slovenčina: Sklo
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Slovenščina: Steklo
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Српски / srpski: Стакло
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Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Staklo
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Suomi: Lasi
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Svenska: Glas
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Tagalog: Salamin
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தமிழ்: கண்ணாடி
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తెలుగు: గాజు
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ไทย: แก้ว
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Tiếng Việt: Thủy tinh
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Türkçe: Cam
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اردو: شیشہ
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Vèneto: Véro
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ייִדיש: גלאז
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Українська: Скло
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Žemaitėška: Stėklos
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粵語: 玻璃
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中文: 玻璃
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English: Glass is a uniform amorphous solid material, usually produced by cooling a molten material very rapidly, thereby not giving enough time for a regular crystal lattice to form. Common glasses used as a building, container or decorative material are silica-based. The formal definition of glass is "a non-crystalline solid that presents the glass-transition effect."

See also Glass (vessel).

Glass in history[edit]

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Glass in art[edit]

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