English to Gujarati Meaning :: vitreous

કાચના ગુણોવાળું, કાચ (ના સ્વરૂપ)નું
Vitreous :
કાચના જેવું ગુણવાળો
- કાચના જેવું ગુણવાળો
 
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Adjective(1) of or relating to or constituting the vitreous humor of the eye(2) relating to or resembling or derived from or containing glass(3) (of ceramics

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(1) In its original sense enamel is glass or vitreous paste fused to a prepared surface, usually of metal, by means of intense heat.(2) Artsmithite is vitreous , has an off-white to cream-colored streak, shows no obvious cleavage, and displays an irregular fracture.(3) They started with eight-inch-square biscuit blanks made by Wedgwood or Minton, Hollins and Company and preferred vitreous paint applied with brushes, palette knives, or their fingers.(4) Smithsonite exhibits a vitreous luster that tends to be pearly on crystal faces.(5) Made from vitreous china in biscuit, white, and black, the rectangular sink measures 21 by 13 inches.(6) Most of its sinks and toilets are made of vitreous china that resists dirt and bacteria.(7) A glass-forming substance is any mineral which remains vitreous when cooled.(8) The mineral is transparent to translucent and has a vitreous to pearly luster and white streak.(9) Oneillite is vitreous , transparent to translucent, with a white streak.(10) Shallow sculpted basins though eye-catching are not ideal for a busy family bathroom, where a deeper vitreous basin enhanced by interesting taps can look just as good and perform better.(11) The citric acid in Coke removes stains from vitreous china.(12) The acrylic stone has a low sheen, unlike the vitreous china of old, which had a high sheen that revealed any imperfections in the manufacture.(13) No one can have failed to notice the metamorphosis of the humble vitreous china sink in Irish bathrooms.(14) Azurite's luster is vitreous to almost adamantine.(15) China is a vitreous (smooth and glassy) form of baked clay.(16) It is transparent to translucent and displays a luster that varies from vitreous to somewhat pearly.
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(1) vitreous humor ::
કાચના જેવું ગુણવાળો રમૂજ
(2) vitreous body ::
કાચના જેવું ગુણવાળો શરીરના
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Adjective
1. glassy ::
કાચવાળો
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