glitch

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Noun[change]

Singular
glitch

Plural
glitches

  1. A glitch is a type of problem that causes a computer program or game to not work properly.
    I don't like glitches because they do a lot of unexpected things that can do damage to my work or game progress.
    This game has got a lot of glitches in it and may cause problems to your computer.
  2. A glitch can refer to any type of problem in a computer program or game.
    There is a glitch in this program where the enemy characters can pass through walls in the maze.

Verb[change]

Plain form
glitch

Third-person singular
glitches

Past tense
glitched

Past participle
glitched

Present participle
glitching

  1. When something glitches, it experiences a problem that causes the computer program to not work properly.
    I am not sure why my computer keeps glitching whenever I run this software.