Buggy meaning

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(chiefly southern us) A shopping cart, especially for groceries.
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A small horse-drawn cart.
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A small, light, one-horse carriage usually having four wheels in the United States and two wheels in Great Britain.
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A baby carriage.
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A passenger or recreational vehicle, usually with oversized tires, designed for off-road use.
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(informal) An automobile.
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Infested with bugs.
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(computers) Having many software bugs.

A buggy program.

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A light carriage with four (or, in England, two) wheels and a single seat, usually drawn by one horse.
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(slang, former) An automobile, esp. an old one.
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Swarming or infested with bugs.
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(informal) Characterized by the presence of computer bugs.

Buggy software.

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(slang) Mentally ill; insane.
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Software that contains flaws. Many in the software industry swear that bugs are inevitable, and perhaps they are right. As long as we work in the competitive, pressure-cooker environment of our high-tech world, products will more often than not be developed too hastily and released too early. See bug and bugrade.
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A small motor vehicle, such as a dune buggy.
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(UK) A pushchair; a stroller.
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(Canada, Southern US) A shopping cart or trolley.
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Infested with insects.
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(computing) Containing programming errors.

This software is so buggy that I don't know how anyone can use it!

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Resembling an insect.
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(slang) Crazy.
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Origin of buggy

  • Origin unknown

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition