(third-person singular simple present jits, present participle jitting, simple past and past participle jitted)
- (computing) To compile (program code for a virtual machine) immediately when needed, as part of the execution process.
Initialism of just in time.
- (US, prison slang, pejorative) An inexperienced, foolhardy young man
OriginSee also: jít
Shorting of jitterbug.