Glaze ice

What is Glaze ice?

Glaze ice definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
verb (used with object), glazed,
to furnish or fill with glass: to glaze a window.
to give a vitreous surface or coating to (a ceramic or the like), as by the application of a substance or by fusion of the body.

to cover with a smooth, glossy surface or coating.
Cookery. to coat (a food) with sugar, a sugar syrup, or some other glossy, edible substance.
Fine Arts. to cover (a painted surface or parts of it) with a thin layer of transparent color in order to modify the tone.
to give a glassy surface to, as by polishing.
to give a coating of ice to (frozen food) by dipping in water.
to grind (cutlery blades) in preparation for finishing.

verb (used without object), glazed,
to become glazed or glassy: Their eyes glazed over as the lecturer droned on.
(of a grinding wheel) to lose abrasive quality through polishing of the surface from wear.

a smooth, glossy surface or coating.
the substance for producing such a coating.

Ceramics. a vitreous layer or coating on a piece of pottery. the substance of which such a layer or coating is made.

Fine Arts. a thin layer of transparent color spread over a painted surface.
a smooth, lustrous surface on certain fabrics, produced by treating the material with a chemical and calendering.
Cookery. a substance used to coat a food, especially sugar or sugar syrup. stock cooked down to a thin paste for applying to the surface of meats.

Also called glaze ice, silver frost, silver thaw, verglas; especially British, glazed frost. a thin coating of ice on terrestrial objects, caused by rain that freezes on impact.Compare rime1(def 1).