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de·bug

 (dē-bŭg′)
tr.v. de·bugged, de·bug·ging, de·bugs
1. To remove a hidden electronic device, such as a microphone, from: debug a conference room.
2. To make (a hidden microphone, for example) ineffective.
3. To search for and eliminate malfunctioning elements or errors in: debug a spacecraft before launch; debug a computer program.
4. To remove insects or other small pests from, as with a pesticide.

de·bug′ger n.

debug

(diːˈbʌɡ)
vb (tr) , -bugs, -bugging or -bugged
1. (Electronics) to locate and remove concealed microphones from (a room, etc)
2. to locate and remove defects in (a device, system, plan, etc)
3. to remove insects from
n
(Computer Science)
a. something, esp a computer program, that locates and removes defects in (a device, system, etc)
b. (as modifier): a debug program.
[C20: from de- + bug1]

de•bug

(diˈbʌg)

v.t. -bugged, -bug•ging.
1. to detect and remove defects or errors from: to debug a computer program.
2. to remove electronic bugs from (a room or building).
3. to rid of insect pests.
[1940–45]
de•bug′ger, n.

debug


Past participle: debugged
Gerund: debugging

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
I have debugged
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Past Continuous
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Past Perfect
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Future
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Future Perfect
I will have debugged
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Future Continuous
I will be debugging
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
I would debug
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Past Conditional
I would have debugged
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.debug - locate and correct errors in a computer program code; "debug this program"
correct, right, rectify - make right or correct; "Correct the mistakes"; "rectify the calculation"
Translations
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debug

[ˌdiːˈbʌg] VT
1. (Tech) → resolver los problemas de, suprimir las pegas de (Comput) → depurar, quitar los fallos a
2. (= remove mikes from) → quitar los micrófonos ocultos de

debug

[diːˈbʌg] vt (COMPUTING) [+ program] → déverminer

debug

vt
mattressentwanzen
(= remove technical faults from)die Fehler beseitigen bei
(= remove bugging equipment from)entwanzen
(Comput) → debuggen; debugging programFehlerkorrekturprogramm nt, → Debugger m

debug

[diːˈbʌg] vt (Comput) (program) → localizzare e rimuovere errori da; (room) → togliere i microfoni da
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