DeBug

  • 1Debug — Тип отладчик Разработчик Tim Paterson (англ.) Операционная система DOS, MS DOS, OS/2, Microsoft Windows Сайт …

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  • 2Debug — ([ˌdiːˈbʌg]) steht für: den Vorgang des Debuggens, siehe Debugger De:Bug, eine Zeitschrift, siehe DeBug DEBUG.EXE, der Microsoft DOS Debug Editor …

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  • 3debug — de‧bug [ˌdiːˈbʌg] verb debugged PTandPPX debugging PRESPARTX [transitive] COMPUTING to remove bug S (= faults ) from a computer program …

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  • 4debug — 1945, of machine systems, from DE (Cf. de ) + BUG (Cf. bug) glitch, defect in a machine. Meaning to remove a concealed microphone is from 1964 …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 5debug — [v] troubleshoot adjust, correct, fix, iron out, remedy, remove errors, repair, sort out, straighten out, unravel, unscramble, untangle, work the bugs out of; concepts 126,212 …

    New thesaurus

  • 6debug — ► VERB (debugged, debugging) ▪ remove errors from (computer hardware or software). DERIVATIVES debugger noun …

    English terms dictionary

  • 7debug — [dē bug′] vt. debugged, debugging [ DE + BUG1] 1. to remove insects from 2. to find and correct the defects, errors, malfunctioning parts, etc. in 3. Informal to find and remove hidden electronic listening devices from (a place) …

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  • 8Debug — Débogueur Voir « débogueur » sur le Wiktionnaire …

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  • 9debug — UK [diːˈbʌɡ] / US [dɪˈbʌɡ] verb [transitive] Word forms debug : present tense I/you/we/they debug he/she/it debugs present participle debugging past tense debugged past participle debugged computing to look for and remove mistakes from a computer …

    English dictionary

  • 10debug — transitive verb Date: 1944 1. to remove insects from 2. to eliminate errors in or malfunctions of < debug a computer program > 3. to remove a concealed microphone or wiretapping device from • debugger noun …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 11debug — [[t]di͟ːbʌ̱g[/t]] debugs, debugging, debugged VERB When someone debugs a computer program, they look for the faults in it and correct them so that it will run properly. [V n] The production lines ground to a halt for hours while technicians tried …

    English dictionary

  • 12debug — de•bug [[t]diˈbʌg[/t]] v. t. bugged, bug•ging 1) inf to detect and remove defects or errors from: to debug a computer program[/ex] 2) inf to remove electronic bugs from (a room or building) 3) cvb to rid of insect pests • Etymology: 1940–45&#8230; …

    From formal English to slang

  • 13DeBug — Der korrekte Titel dieses Artikels lautet „De:Bug“. Diese Schreibweise ist aufgrund technischer Einschränkungen nicht möglich …

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  • 14debug — debugger, n. /dee bug /, v.t., debugged, debugging. Informal. 1. to detect and remove defects or errors from. 2. to remove electronic bugs from (a room or building). 3. Computers. to detect and remove errors from (a computer program). 4. to rid&#8230; …

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  • 15debug — verb a) To remove a hidden electronic surveillance device from somewhere b) To search for and eliminate malfunctioning elements or errors in something, especially a computer …

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  • 16Debug — Налаживать (машину); отлаживать (программу или машину); устранять неполадки; устранять неисправности …

    Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • 17debug — Synonyms and related words: answer, bottom, clear up, crack, decipher, decode, disentangle, divine, do, dope, dope out, explain, fathom, figure out, find out, find the answer, find the solution, get, get right, guess, guess right, have it, hit it …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 18debug — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. troubleshoot, fix, work the bugs out of …

    English dictionary for students

  • 19debug — de|bug [ˌdi:ˈbʌg] v past tense and past participle debugged present participle debugging [T] 1.) to remove the ↑bugs (=mistakes) from a computer program →↑disinfect 2.) to remove secret listening equipment from a place &GT;debugging n [U] …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20debug — de|bug [ di bʌg ] verb transitive COMPUTING to look for and remove mistakes from a computer program so that it works correctly …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English