Definition of glitch
Origin of glitch
Words nearby glitch
How to use glitch in a sentence
On the other hand, the Duo’s software had some glitches of its own, not always quickly adapting to changes in orientation or swiping away apps immediately.Review of the Microsoft Surface Duo folding phone: Very pretty but just how useful is it?|Aaron Pressman|September 10, 2020|Fortune
The exchange was forced to suspend trading for half a day, although HKEX CEO Charles Li said the suspension was due to a software glitch rather than the work of hackers.Cyberattacks disrupt trading on New Zealand stock exchange twice in 24 hours|eamonbarrett|August 26, 2020|Fortune
This was a temporary glitch that lasted several hours last evening.
Initially it looked like the Google algorithm updates from the old days but as time went on, it just looked like something was really off — as if there was a glitch.
You may have lost a lot of traffic, new customers, revenue from this glitch — or you may have benefited.
Sometimes, a tech glitch means you are prevented from looking at other users.
There, Wynd confesses that he had spent the night sleeping on the floor, after a technical glitch was discovered around midnight.Dodo Bones and Kylie’s Poo: Inside London’s Strangest New Museum|Liza Foreman|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That would require the rocket to run for 55 to 60 seconds without a glitch.
After all, what if you could use a software glitch to destroy machines that Iran is using to make nuclear bomb material?
Heads of markets who have no idea how to fix problems when they arise just say there was a “technical glitch.”
As the days went on, Iversen found himself growing fonder and fonder of the thor'glitch.
When the thor'glitch grew listless and began to swell in the middle, Iversen got alarmed and sent for Dr. Smullyan.
Now it came to pass that the thor'glitch's mid-section, having swelled to unbearable proportions, began to quiver.