The fused or partially fused materials used in making glass.(noun)
A vitreous substance used in making porcelain, glazes, or enamels.(noun)
To make into frit.(verb-transitive)
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Use "frit" in a sentence
"In modern French, the term frit is generally reserved for fried potatoes (pommes frites), while fritters are known as beignets."
"A frit is a combination of a flux or several fluxes (lead, borax, boric acid, potassium carbonate) that is combined with other insoluble materials (quartz, feldspar, lime etc.), melted in a kiln to form an insoluble glass, and ground to be used as the base for making glazes."
"The insulated glass has a silk-screened pattern -- called a frit or fritting -- that reduces solar glare and helps birds identify it as a solid object."