The definition of gazar is a sheer cloth of silk or a synthetic fabric that has a shine and is somewhat stiff.
An example of gazar is the crisp silk used in a wedding dress.
a sheer, lightweight cloth of silk or, sometimes, a synthetic fiber, having a glazelike sheen and moderate stiffness
A loosely woven silk with a crisp finish.
Origin of gazarProbably ultimately from Arabic qazz, raw silk; see gauze.