hard glass

hard glass

[′härd ¦glas]
(materials)
A potash-lime glass with a high silica content, used for making brilliant glassware. Also known as Bohemian glass.
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The gazebo bar comes with a hard glass top to balance your favourite drink on and there's a second shelf underneath to store your bottles.
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We have a broad base of education, but we still have a pretty hard glass ceiling that has not been broken at the presidential level".
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