bug-ridden

bug-ridden

adj
1. full of insects
2. (Computer Science) (of a computer program) full of errors
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bug-ridden

[ˈbʌgˌrɪdn] ADJ this house is bug-riddenesta casa está llena de bichos
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Charliecloud unshackles researchers from traditional software environments, system administrator permissions, and bulky, bug-ridden programs, and allows them to harness HPC resources for any of their research needs.
As organisations tackle bug-ridden components, they should consider not just the open flaws within libraries and frameworks, but also how they are using those components.
A year after introduction of demonetisation - and similar epochal measures, whose anniversaries are round the corner - Modi's government continues to be visibly strong on dreams; but, equally, they continue to sleep on the same bug-ridden beds.
Demos weren't expected to be bug-ridden or incomplete.
Their only reward is to receive a bug-ridden copy of a new game, months before the rest of the pale, acne-ridden youth community.
Family cars tend to be the dirtiest and most bug-ridden.
Both the phones' software are buggy, with the Yutopia more bug-ridden than the OnePlus 2.
Lately, Sony is facing lot of flak for releasing sub-par bug-ridden software updates to its smartphones.
Change your pillows "OLD, unsupportive, Walking bug-ridden pillows are neither good for your health or your posture!" says sleep expert Sammy Margo.
Change your pillows "OLD, unsupportive, bug-ridden pillows are neither good for your health or your posture!" says sleep expert Sammy Margo.
While this tonic isn't a long-term solution and not something you should rely on taking too often, it has been a very bug-ridden winter and, like lots of other people, I've had countless colds.