transitive verb-·glued′, -·glu′ing
- to separate or detach by or as if by dissolving an adhesive
- Slang to upset; confuse
Slang to become emotionally upset and lose one's composure
transitive verbun·glued, un·glu·ing, un·glues
To separate by dissolving a glue or other adhesive.
(third-person singular simple present unglues, present participle ungluing or unglueing, simple past and past participle unglued)
- To separate that which was held by glue.
- We had to use warm water and solvent to unglue all the joints we put in yesterday.
un- +"Ž glue