superglue

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superglue

(ˈsuːpəˌɡluː)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of various impact adhesives that quickly make an exceptionally strong bond

su′per•glue`

or su′per glue`,


n.
a very strong glue containing a cyanoacrylate adhesive.
[1945–50]
Translations

superglue

[ˈsuːpəˌgluː] Nsupercola f

superglue

[ˈsuːpərgluː] ncolle f forte, superglue f

superglue

[ˈsuːpəˌgluː] ncolla a presa rapida
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A WOMAN was raped four times and had a cut on her face superglued, a court heard yesterday.
STAFF at a Labour social club had to use an angle grinder to get into the building after a padlock was Superglued to the gate.
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It was widely reported in the media that protesters, following Cuadrilla's suspension of drilling operations, superglued themselves to the London HQ of Bell Pottinger, the firm responsible for the driller's PR.
Kara Moses, sitting on the right, superglued herself to a window during a fracking protest at Bell Pottinger's office in London, right.
A woman in New Zealand has told how she thought she was going to die after she accidentally superglued her mouth shut.
A PET cat suffered horrific injuries after yobs superglued her tail to her eye.
Not to mention those poncy sunglasses that are superglued to his eyes - even when it rains.
Signs asking people not to walk their dogs on the field have been taken down, temporary floodlights have been smashed and padlocks securing the gate have been superglued.
The locks of his doors and mailbox at his home were repeatedly superglued together after he complained he was being racially discriminated against.
But little elaboration is needed in the strange case of the dwarf who superglued a very delicate part of his anatomy to a vacuum cleaner while performing at the Edinburgh Festival.