unglued Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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ungluedadjective

uk   us   /ʌnˈɡluːd/ US informal
come unglued to ​experience difficulties and ​fail: When the ​secretplans came unglued, the ​president was ​revealed to have ​ordered the ​burglary. to ​losecontrol of ​youremotions or ​behaviour and ​become very ​angry: It was ​reported that she "came unglued" when she ​heard of his ​refusal to ​cooperate.
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