troubleshooting

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trou·ble·shoot

also trou·ble-shoot (trŭb′əl-sho͞ot′)
v. trou·ble·shot (-shŏt′), trou·ble·shoot·ing, trou·ble·shoots also trou·ble-shot or trou·ble-shoot·ing or trou·ble-shoots
v.intr.
To work or serve as a troubleshooter.
v.tr.
To investigate as a troubleshooter; determine and settle problems with: "cited the service it performed in trouble-shooting an employee problem" (Vance Packard).
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Translations

troubleshooting

[ˈtrʌbəlʃuːtɪŋ] nmédiation f
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One team will carry out the scheduled clearing up of overgrown council-owned alleyways, property and land, while the second team will 'trouble shoot' issues reported by members of the public such as fly-tipping and blocked rubbish chutes.
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