bug

An error in a computer program.

Bug

Technically, an insect of the order Hemiptera, but in popular language an insect of almost any kind, and for other creepy-crawly cryptic things too.

BUG

[magazine] BUG is a Croatian monthly computer and information technology magazine, established in 1992. Published by the BUG publishing company, it is currently the most popular computer magazine in the country. It focuses primarily on PC hardware and software technology. The magazine also includes sections for video games, news, columnist ...
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Bug

Bug is slang for an insect.
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Bug

[car] View from the `Dawson City Lookout`. Town of the City of Dawson or Dawson City is a town in the Yukon. The population was 1,327 at the 2006 census. The area draws some 60,000 visitors each year. The locals generally refer to it simply as `Dawson`, but the tourist industry generally refers to it as `Dawson City` (partly to differentiat...
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bug

See fault.
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bug

[n] - a fault or defect in a system or machine 2. [n] - a small hidden microphone 3. [n] - general term for any insect or similar creeping or crawling invertebrate
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Bug

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Describes a programming error. This can be removed by correction or rewriting the program codes.
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Bug

A mistake in a computer program that results in the program or system not working correctly. Later versions of the program typically contain corrections or fixes.
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Bug

error in a computer program
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Bug

Software error. A term that originally comes from the early days of computing, when a problem in an early military research computer was found to be caused by a moth inside the machine!
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BUG

An error that makes a piece of hardware or software behave in a way that it should not, such as crashing the machine, eating your family, etc.
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Bug

A mistake or problem in software or hardware. An incident with an early vacuum tube computer that failed when insects got into the computer cabinet resulted in this term.
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Bug

Bug noun [ Middle English bugge , from W. bwg , bwgan , hobgoblin, scarecrow, bugbear. Confer Bogey , Boggle .] 1. A bugbear; anything which terrifies. [ Obsolete] « Sir, spare your threats: The bug which you would fright me with I seek. Sh...
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bug

1. A bugbear; anything which terrifies. 'Sir, spare your threats: The bug which you would fright me with I seek.' (Shak) ... 2. <zoology> A general name applied to various insects belonging to the Hemiptera; as, the squash bug; the chinch bug, etc. ... 3. <zoology> An insect of the genus Cimex, especially the bedbug (C. Lectularius). Se...
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bug

noun a small hidden microphone; for listening secretly
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bug

glitch noun a fault or defect in a system or machine
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Bug

• (n.) A general name applied to various insects belonging to the Hemiptera; as, the squash bug; the chinch bug, etc. • (n.) One of certain kinds of Crustacea; as, the sow bug; pill bug; bait bug; salve bug, etc. • (n.) A bugbear; anything which terrifies. • (n.) An insect of the genus Cimex, especially the bedbug (C. lectulariu...
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bug

(from the article `Hopper, Grace Murray`) ...computers. She remained at Harvard as a civilian research fellow while maintaining her naval career as a reservist. After a moth infiltrated the ...
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bug

commonly, any insect or terrestrial arthropod. In entomology, this term refers specifically to any member of the insect order Heteroptera (e.g., ...
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bug

Type: Term Pronunciation: bŭg Definitions: 1. An insect belonging to the suborder Heteroptera. For organisms so called, see the specific term.
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bug

See defect....
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Bug

Bug (bOOg, bŭg) , Pol. Bug, Ukr. Buh or Zakhidnyy Buh, river, c.480 mi (770 km) long, rising in the Volhynian-Podolian hills, W Ukraine. It flows N along the Polish-Ukrainian and Polish-Belarusian borders past Brest and then NW through Poland to join the Vistula River (with the Narew) near War...
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Bug

Bug or Southern Bug,river, Ukraine: see Buh.
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bug

bug, common name correctly applied to insects belonging to the order Hemiptera, although members of the order Homoptera (e.g., mealybug) are sometimes referred to as bugs, as are other insects in general. The true bugs (Hemipterans) have a characteristic pair of front wings that are partially thicke...
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