Idiomatische Übersetzungen von „come undone“
Bedeutungen von „come undone“
1. To lose emotional restrain or composure of normal restraint seen in someone. Acting in ways that are compulsive and erratic. They are rational but out of character for that person.
2. To fall apart emotionally, to have a nervous breakdown. To act in ways that indicate very poor judgment or a psychological-emotional imbalance. They are not normal to anyone.
3. To become untied, unsecured. When shoe laces are 'come undone' they just flop about loosely. They are not tied in a bow.
1. сорваться; 2. испытать нервный срыв; 3. расстегнуться, развязаться.
„come undone“ in Songtexten
And whenever someone cries because they’re not happy, I’m sure it’s because they really want to be.
There was a time when I thought about dying, because my shoelaces had come undone.
I was never very good at retying them. Kind of like how I am with the ties between people.