Debug meaning

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To remove a hidden electronic device, such as a microphone, from.

Debug a conference room.

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To make (a hidden microphone, for example) ineffective.
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To search for and eliminate malfunctioning elements or errors in.

Debug a spacecraft before launch; debug a computer program.

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To remove insects or other small pests from, as with a pesticide.
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To remove insects from.
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To find and correct the defects, errors, malfunctioning parts, etc. in.
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(informal) To find and remove hidden electronic listening devices from (a place)
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Debug means to find the location of a problem. To debug software requires isolating the errant source code (bad program logic). Debugging a new hardware design means finding errors in the circuit logic. Debugging existing hardware often entails finding malfunctioning interconnections.
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(computer science) To search for and eliminate malfunctioning elements or errors in something, especially a computer program or machinery.
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(electronics) To remove a hidden electronic surveillance device from (somewhere).
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(US) To remove insects from (somewhere).
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Origin of debug

  • de- + bug

    From Wiktionary