English translation of 'glacer'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (= refroidir, congeler) to freeze
2. [boisson] to chill
glacer qn to chill sb; (figurative) to make sb’s blood run cold
3. (Cookery) [gâteau] to ice (Brit) ⧫ to frost (USA)
4. [papier, tissu] to glaze
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Example Sentences Including 'glacer'
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La bûche froide, glacer avec 100 g de chocolat noir fondu avec une noisette de beurre, un peu d'eau et de rhum.Marie Claire
Mais il risque de perdre alors toute sa raison d'être, de se glacer sur le papier rayé, de déboucher sur le versant Gershwin.Le Monde (2000)
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'glacer' in Other Languages
British English: glaze VERB
When you glaze food such as bread or pastry, you spread a layer of beaten egg, milk, or other liquid onto it before you cook it in order to make its surface shine and look attractive.
Glaze the pie with beaten egg.
British English: ice VERB
If you ice a cake, you cover it with icing.
I've iced and decorated the cake.
Translation of glacer from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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