verb (used without object), trou·ble·shoot·ed or trou·ble·shot, trou·ble·shoot·ing.
to act or be employed as a troubleshooter: She troubleshoots for a large industrial firm.
verb (used with object), trou·ble·shoot·ed or trou·ble·shot, trou·ble·shoot·ing.
to deal with in the capacity of a troubleshooter.
Origin of troubleshoot
First recorded in 1930–35; back formation from troubleshooter
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Related Words for troubleshootingtighten, balance, overhaul, fix, correct, readjust, regulate, fine-tune, improve, repair, set, fit, service, rectify, align, focus, grind, renovate, square, connect
also trouble-shoot, 1918 (implied in troubleshooting), probably a back-formation from troubleshooter.
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