Bug

Bug,

Definition of Bug:

  1. Annoy or bother (someone).

  2. A small insect.

  3. A miniature microphone, typically concealed in a room or telephone, used for surveillance.

  4. An insect of a large order distinguished by having mouthparts that are modified for piercing and sucking.

  5. Unexpected problem with a software or hardware that causes it to falter or fail, or is just annoying to the user. Hardware bugs are remedied by a new circuit design, software bugs are usually debugged by including a small program (called a patch) to bypass the problem. Patching provides temporary relief, until an updated (supposedly bug-free) version of the software is available. Patches and updates, however, often generate their own bugs and thus perpetuate the debugging-updating cycle.

  6. An error in a computer program or system.

  7. Conceal a miniature microphone in (a room or telephone) in order to monitor or record someones conversations.

Synonyms of Bug

ALGOL, COBOL, FORTRAN, Mumbo Jumbo, Abrade, Addict, Addle, Addle the wits, Adenovirus, Aerobe, Aerobic bacteria, Aficionado, Aggravate, Agitate, Alphabetic data, Alphanumeric code, Amoeba, Anaerobe, Anaerobic bacteria, Angular data, Annoy, Apply pressure, Arachnid, Arthropod, Assembler, Attend, Attend to, Auscultate, Bacillus, Bacteria, Bacterium, Badger, Bag, Bait, Ball up, Balloon, Be all ears, Be at, Becloud, Bedazzle, Bedevil, Beetle, Befuddle, Belly, Belly out, Bend an ear, Beset, Besiege, Bewilder, Bigot, Bilge, Billow, Binary digit, Binary scale, Binary system, Bit, Blandish, Blemish, Bogey, Bogeyman, Boggart, Bogle, Booger, Boogerman, Boogeyman, Bother, Bouge, Bristle, Brown off, Buff, Bugaboo, Bugbear, Bugger, Bulge, Bullyrag, Burn up, Buttonhole, Byte, Cajole, Carp at, Case, Catch, Caterpillar, Centipede, Chafe, Chilopod, Chivy, Cloud, Coax, Coccus, Cock the ears, Collector, Command pulses, Commands, Compiler, Computer code, Computer language, Computer program, Confuse, Control signals, Controlled quantity, Convulse, Correcting signals, Crack, Crank, Craze, Crazy fancy, Daddy longlegs, Data, Daze, Dazzle, Defect, Defection, Deficiency, Demon, Devil, Devotee, Dilate, Diplopod, Discombobulate, Discomfit, Discompose, Disconcert, Disease-producing microorganism, Disorganize, Disorient, Distemper, Distend, Distract, Disturb, Dog, Drawback, Dun, Eager beaver, Eavesdrop, Echovirus, Embarrass, Embroil, Energumen, Entangle, Enterovirus, Enthusiasm, Enthusiast, Error, Error signals, Examine by ear, Exasperate, Exercise, Exert pressure, Faddist, Failing, Failure, Fan, Fanatic, Fanatico, Fascination, Fash, Fault, Faute, Fee-faw-fum, Feedback pulses, Feedback signals, Fiend, Film data, Filterable virus, Flaw, Flummox, Flurry, Fluster, Flutter, Fly, Fog, Foible, Frailty, Freak, Fret, Fret at, Fuddle, Fungus, Furor, Furore, Fuss, Fuss at, Gall, Germ, Get, Give attention, Give audience to, Give ear, Goggle, Gram-negative bacteria, Gram-positive bacteria, Great one for, Gripe, Harass, Hark, Harry, Harvestman, Hassle, Hear, Hear out, Hearken, Heckle, Hector, Heed, Henpeck, Hexadecimal system, Hexapod, Hobbyist, Hole, Hound, Imperfection, Importune, Inadequacy, Infatuate, Infatuation, Infirmity, Information, Input data, Input quantity, Insect, Instructions, Intercept, Irk, Kink, Larva, Lend an ear, Listen, Listen at, Listen in, Listen to, Little problem, Lunatic fringe, Machine language, Maggot, Make a reconnaissance, Mania, Maniac, Manic-depressive psychosis, Maze, Message, Microbe, Microorganism, Microphone, Miff, Mike, Millepede, Millipede, Mist, Mite, Mix up, Moider, Mold, Molest, Monomaniac, Muddle, Multiple messages, Nag, Nag at, Needle, Nettle, Nibble at, Noise, Nonfilterable virus, Nudzh, Numeric data, Nut, Nymph, Octal system, Oscillograph data, Output data, Output quantity, Passion, Pathogen, Peck at, Peep, Peeve, Perplex, Persecute, Perturb, Pester, Pick at, Pick on, Picornavirus, Pique, Plague, Play, Play the spy, Pluck the beard, Ply, Polar data, Pooch, Pop, Pother, Pouch, Pout, Press, Pressure, Problem, Protozoa, Protozoon, Provoke, Psych, Punch-card data, Pursuer, Push, Put out, Put under surveillance, Radiomicrophone, Rage, Raise hell, Random data, Rattle, Reconnoiter, Rectangular data, Reference quantity, Reovirus, Rhapsodist, Rhinovirus, Rickettsia, Ride, Rift, Rile, Roil, Round out, Ruffle, Ruly English, Scorpion, Scout, Scout out, Shortcoming, Signals, Single messages, Sit in on, Snag, Something missing, Spider, Spirillum, Spirochete, Spook, Spore, Spy, Spy out, Stake out, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Sucker for, Swell, Swell out, Taint, Tap, Tarantula, Tease, Throw, Throw into confusion, Tick, Torment, Trouble, Try the patience, Trypanosome, Tweak the nose, Unorganized data, Unsettle, Upset, Urge, Vex, Vibrio, Virus, Visible-speech data, Visionary, Vulnerable place, Watch, Weak link, Weak point, Weakness, Wheedle, Wiretap, Work on, Worry, Yap at, Zealot, Insect, Flea, Mite, Midge, Listening device, Hidden microphone, Receiver, Transmitter, Wire, Wiretap, Phone tap, Tap, Annoy, Irritate, Vex, Make angry, Make cross, Anger, Exasperate, Irk, Gall, Pique, Put out, Displease, Get someones back up, Put someones back up, Antagonize, Get on someones nerves, Rub up the wrong way, Ruffle, Ruffle someones feathers, Make someones hackles rise, Raise someones hackles, Fault, Error, Defect, Flaw, Imperfection, Failing, Breakdown, Eavesdrop, Spy

How to use Bug in a sentence?

  1. The telephones in the presidential palace were bugged.
  2. I observed small creatures: ants, bugs, moths, worms, all working their ways, digging in and out of the soil.
  3. That, according to sources, is a strong indication that it was the FBIs bug and they were the ones that put it there in the first place.
  4. The insect families that scientists lump together as aphids belong to the huge order of true bugs, which typically deploy sucking mouthparts much like built-in soda straws.
  5. Worse, it is theoretically impossible to determine whether computer systems are free from programming bugs or nefarious code.

Meaning of Bug & Bug Definition