Definition of verglas in English:

verglas

noun

  • [mass noun] A thin coating of ice or frozen rain on an exposed surface.

    • ‘The rocks were still wet, even coated with verglas in a few places, but it wasn't raining.’
    • ‘A recent ice storm had coated the tree branches with a thin layer of verglas, which was now falling down all around me in chunks.’
    ice crystals, ice, rime, rime ice, verglas
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Origin

Early 19th century: French, from verre glass + glas (now glace) ice.

Pronunciation:

verglas

/ˈvɛːɡlɑː/