nuncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable
- goma (f) de pegar, pegamento (m) to sniff glue inhalar or [slang/argot] esnifar pegamento wood glue cola (feminine) de carpintero (before noun/delante del nombre) glue pen lápiz (m) adhesivo, pegamento (m) tipo lápiz glue sniffer esnifador, (m,f) or inhalador, (m,f) de pegamento glue sniffing inhalación (feminine) de pegamento or (Chile) de neoprén glue stick barra (f) de pegamento, pegamento (m) en barraMore example sentences
- Adhesives and glues are substances that are capable of bonding two solid materials together at their surfaces.
- The glue supplied to stick nail on nail would do a sterling job of adhering the girders of the Forth Bridge together.
- Then designate him as the control, and stick to him like glue for the rest of the night.
In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.
vt (glues, glueing, glued)
- 1.1 (stick) pegar*; (in carpentry) encolar fold the edges and glue them down doblar los bordes y pegarlos she glued the pieces together pegó las piezasMore example sentences1.2 (fix) keep your eyes glued on the road no apartes la vista de la carretera he was glued to the television estaba pegado a la televisión
- My eyelids are glued together, and I feel like I'm doing everything in slow motion.
- Tender keyboard melodies and skeletal guitar rhythms are glued together in darkness.
- Meticulously gluing them together piece by piece, Kaufman builds up feathered layers and leaflike clusters of paint.