- adj.未粘住的; 紊乱的; 失灵的; 失败;
- v.使不再粘着，扯开，分开( unstick的过去式和过去分词 );
The brown vinyl covering all the horizontal surfaces is coming unstuck in several places.
Where economics comes unstuck is when it doesn't take account of the anticipated actions of human beings.
Those who come unstuck are the ones who cannot sell the properties on fast enough.
She came unstuck in the last part of the exam.
His plan to escape came badly unstuck.
The gear just would not come unstuck.
I know that he didn't open your letter and the envelope came unstuck.
I always knew that the politician would come unstuck somewhere.
His plan to escape came unstuck.
Their carefully prepared plots came unstuck one after another.
This envelope has come unstuck.
The flap of the envelope has come unstuck.
Price programs became unstuck because little grain was available.
His plans came unstuck.
But it was also in agriculture that the agreement came unstuck.
I unstuck my posters from the wall before I moved.
But like many, it came unstuck amid the subprime mortgage crisis.
As an analytical framework, economics can come unstuck when dealing with the net.
You may come unstuck if you try to cheat the tax office.
A man with a mule got my car unstuck.
The ( flap of the ) envelope was unstuck.
信封 ( 的封口 ) 没粘住.
I didn't open your letter, the envelope came unstuck.
The gears locked in second and would not come unstuck.
Those who bet on property are also coming unstuck.
I had not expected that this plan should come unstuck.
The envelope was unstuck.
Cotton fabrics have good adhesion any binder can achieve unstuck.
The envelope has come unstuck.
"a man with a mule got my car unstuck"
"the gears locked in second and would not come unstuck"
2. thrown into a state of disorganization or incoherence;
"price programs became unstuck because little grain was available"