glitch : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a fault or defect in a computer program, system, or machine

  • Down the Line A glitch in the midwest leaves millions in the dark .
  • Some failures are accidents; a computer glitch here, an unexpected difficulty there.
  • The Edwards campaign and its supporters made matters worse by claiming that a technical glitch, not Marcotte, had brought the controversial posts down.
News & Articles


  • Christopher Ferguson in FOXNews
    We came up here with a very long list of objectives, and although we encountered a glitch or two along the way, we've managed to achieve them all,Ferguson said in a series of TV interviews.
  • Barack Obama in The Japan Times
    Obviously, Toyota has been an extraordinary automaker for a very long time, and I suspect that they will continue to be, despite this recent glitch,Obama said.
  • Christian Noyer in TVNZ
    Today we have seen that there was a glitch in the system that was exploited by someone who I think got round five successive risk control systems so who was without doubt a genius of fraud,Noyer said.

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