debugged debugged


  • (v) locate and correct errors in a computer program code


  1. Trey and Paul were soon spending their evenings at a local company that had bought a big computer and didn't have to pay for it until it was debugged.
  2. Because Netscape and Microsoft continually rushed versions to the market, new features were often inadequately debugged.
  3. Their main office in Baghdad still needs to be debugged, leaving inspectors to communicate sensitive information by note.
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propriety propriety
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