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glissader
glissando
Glissette
Glisson's capsule
Glist
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glitchy
Glitter
glitter rock
GLITTER; GLITTERING
Glitterand
glitterati
Glittered
Glittering
Glitteringly
Glittertind
glittery
glitz

glitch definitions

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

n
1: a fault or defect in a computer program, system, or machine [syn: bug, glitch]

Merriam Webster's

noun Etymology: perhaps from Yiddish glitsh slippery place, from glitshn (zikh) to slide, glide; akin to Old High German gl?tan to glide more at glide Date: 1962 1. a. a usually minor malfunction <a glitch in a spacecraft's fuel cell>; also bug II,2 b. a minor problem that causes a temporary setback ; snag 2. a false or spurious electronic signal glitchy adjective

Oxford Reference Dictionary

n. colloq. a sudden irregularity or malfunction (of equipment etc.). Etymology: 20th c.: orig. unkn.

Collin's Cobuild Dictionary

(glitches) A glitch is a problem which stops something from working properly or being successful. (INFORMAL) Manufacturing glitches have limited the factory's output. = hitch, problem N-COUNT




 


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