English version

be glued to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe glued to somethingbe glued to somethinginformalATTENTION a) to look at something with all your attention He was glued to the TV when the Olympics were on. b) to not move because you are very interested, surprised, frightened etc We were glued to our chairs, listening intently to every word.be glued to the spot British English Sarah was glued to the spot, terrified by the scene in front of her. glue
Examples from the Corpus
be glued to somethingThis circle is glued to a metal faceplate using a hot melt glue.They were glued to library Internet terminals two mornings after his announcement, doing just what the entrepreneur has in mind.We were glued to our chairs and listening intently to every word.She was glued to the cushions.There, her eyes will always be glued to the far horizon.The cannon can then be glued to the front of the model.His eyes were glued to the hands of Young Jack, awaiting the slightest movement amongst the dark captain's metaphysical digits.Her tongue was glued to the roof of her mouth.Dad was glued to the TV all day long.My eyes were glued to the wall in front of me.
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