verb (used with object)
Origin of glitch
Examples from the Web for glitch
That would require the rocket to run for 55 to 60 seconds without a glitch.
But a glitch has the video stuck in permaload mode and my patience is running thin after that strenuous hour of “math”.
The second glitch came a few hours after that, when some of the cables used to pull the ship upright started to slack.
The dynamic played out, but unfortunately for Idol, there was a glitch.‘American Idol’ Sucks This Season: Here’s Seven Reasons Why|Ramin Setoodeh|April 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland called the incident a “glitch.”Diplomacy Fail in Cairo as the US and Egypt Clash Via Twitter|Vivian Salama|April 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for glitch
Word Origin for glitch
Word Origin and History for glitch
1962, American English, possibly from Yiddish glitsh "a slip," from glitshn "to slip," from German glitschen, and related gleiten "to glide" (see glide). Perhaps directly from German; it began as technical jargon in the argot of electronic hardware engineers, popularized and given a broader meaning by U.S. space program.