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Translation of "glitch" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

glitch

noun [C]
 
 
/ɡlɪtʃ/
a small problem or fault that prevents something from being successful or working as well as it should
小毛病;小差錯;小故障
We'd expected a few glitches, but everything's gone remarkably smoothly.
我們本來預計會出現一些小差錯,但是一切都進展得非常順利。
The system has been plagued with glitches ever since its launch.
系統自啟動以來不斷有小故障。
Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
specialized a sudden unexpected increase in electrical power, especially one that causes a fault in an electronic system
短時脈衝波形幹擾(突發性的電力增強,尤指那些導致電子系統發生故障的電力增強)
The computer failure was due to a glitch caused by lightning.
這次電腦故障是由雷電造成的脈衝幹擾所致。
Electricity and electronics
Translations of “glitch”
in Russian сбой…
in Turkish hata, kusur, yanlışlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小毛病, 小差错, 小故障…
in Polish usterka…
(Definition of glitch from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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