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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.
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a program that is used to find and correct bugs in other programsa person who finds and corrects bugs in computer programs
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|Noun||1.||debugger - a program that helps in locating and correcting programming errors|
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