glazed over

glaze over

1. To coat something with a glaze. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "glaze" and "over." After we take the cake out of the oven, we'll glaze it over.
2. To become covered in something that is shiny and resembles a glaze, often ice. It looks like the street glazed over last night, so be careful out there.
3. To begin to look lifeless or dull. Typically used to describe someone's eyes. Your eyes have glazed over—did you work another 18-hour shift today?
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glazed over

Very intoxicated. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were glazed over.
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glazed over

verb
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The courtyard was later glazed over and a grand staircase inserted within it; in time, principal rooms and galleries in the main ranges were subdivided both vertically and horizontally, extra administrative offices tacked on at the back, and many other ad hoc modifications made.