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Verb
/glo͞o/,
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glues, plural;
  1. Fasten or join with or as if with glue
    • - the wood is cut up into small pieces which are then glued together
  2. Be paying very close attention to (something, esp. a television or computer screen)
    • - I was glued to the television when the Olympics were on
Noun
  1. An adhesive substance used for sticking objects or materials together


  1. cement consisting of a sticky substance that is used as an adhesive
  2. join or attach with or as if with glue; "paste the sign on the wall"; "cut and paste the sentence in the text"
  3. be fixed as if by glue; "His eyes were glued on her"
  4. (glued) affixed or as if affixed with glue or paste; "he stayed glued to one spot"; "pieces of pasted paper"
  5. An adhesive, or glue, is a mixture in a liquid or semi-liquid state that adheres or bonds items together. Adhesives may come from either natural or synthetic sources. The types of materials that can be bonded are vast but they are especially useful for bonding thin materials. ...
  6. Glue is the debut studio album by British indie rock band, Eugene + the Lizards, though the second overall by frontman Eugene McGuinness, released on 30 November 2009 through Domino Records.
  7. Glue is a 2001 novel by Scottish writer Irvine Welsh. Glue tells the stories of four Scottish boys over four decades, through the use of different perspectives and different voices. ...
  8. In hydrology, GLUE or Generalized Likelihood Uncertainty Estimation is a method to quantify the uncertainty of model predictions. The method has been introduced by Beven and Binley (1992). ...
  9. The Glue is a Swiss a cappella vocal band from Basel, founded in 1997.
  10. A hard gelatin made by boiling bones and hides, used in solution as an adhesive; or any sticky adhesive substance; Birdlime; To join or attach something using glue; To cause something to adhere closely to; to follow attentively
  11. (Glued) Where glue has been used in the sealing / stitching of the seam.
  12. (Gluing) Multipart continuous forms can be held together by spot gluing or line gluing in addition to crimping.  Spot gluing generally makes the parts easier to separate.  Cutsets are held together by line gluing at the head of the form.
  13. An adhesive made from protein derived from the collagen in animal products such as hides and bones. Animal glues become yellow and brittle with age.
  14. Biodegradable, non-toxic, invisible white glue solution sometimes applied to the finished surface of exterior sculptures to prevent wind and sun erosion. The word glue is often avoided in public to prevent the audience’s misperception that the sculptures are held together with glue. ...
  15. or glue code: Code that enables one piece of code or a component to interact with other code or another component.
  16. ITTF approved glues are used to attach the rubbers to the blade, and to attach rubber topsheets to the sponge.
  17. is an indiscriminate passive form to kill birds^[27]
  18. In the construction of a slot track, the glue refers to the wood glu that holds the track togeather. ...
  19. Paint Stripper/Varnish/Gasoline - (see Solvents and Aerosols)
  20. a synonym for adhesive, usually a cold-set or hot-melt application used to seal box flaps and box joints.
  21. Any substance that will wet two surfaces then harden to join them together. It needs to be approximately as strong as the the material being joined.
  22. Originally, a hard, sticky gelatin obtained from hides, tendons, cartilage, bones, and other connective tissues of animals. Also an adhesive prepared from these substances by application of water and heat. It is chemically known as collagen.
  23. a compound often found in bonding tips. Glue or glue-based resins can be a problem to remove, they can inhibit the absorption of colour and cause damage and damage to the client’s natural hair. euronaturals™ bonding tips contain no glue.
  24. A general term for any natural or synthetic viscous or gelatinous substance used as an adhesive to bind or join materials.
  25. Being fixated on something or someone; something that you feel is 'bound' to happen; strong attachment to something (a person, belief, emotion, etc.)