bug

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İngilizce - Türkçe
böcek

Hayatın karayolunda bazen böcek olacaksın başka zamanlar ön cam olacaksın. - On the highway of life, sometimes you'll be the bug, other times you'll be the windshield.

Böcek ilacı getirmeyi unutma. - Don't forget to bring bug spray.

(Askeri) HATA, YANLIŞ, AŞILANMAK, FİKRE MÜPTELA OLMAK
{f} kızdırmak
öfkelendirmek
{f} can sıkmak
(deyim) birisini sıkmak
Volkswagenin ufağı
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yarımkanatlı böcek
gizli mikrofon yerleştirmek
(deyim) sinirden kudurtmak
virüs
(deyim) küplere bindirmek
(deyim) birini çok kızdırmak
(Bilgisayar) yazılım hatası
(deyim) çok öfkelendirmek
canını sıkmak
çapar
(deyim) sinirlerini ayağa kaldırmak
bir şeyin hastası
saplantı
gizli dinleme aygıtı yerleştirmek
meraklısı
tahtakurusu
arıza

Programcı arızayı düzeltti. - The programmer fixed the bug.

merak
ilgi
gıcık etmek
aptalca ya da geçici heves
mikrop
gizli dinleme aygıtı
hata

Biz milenyum hatası için zaten hazırdık. - We've already prepared for the millennium bug.

Bu can sıkıcı hata nihayet düzeltildi. - This annoying bug has finally been fixed.

hata ya da güçlük
uyuz etmek
yanlış

Bazı yanlışlar düzeltildi. - Some bugs were fixed.

{i} (Bilgisayar) hata, arıza
hata,v.o_h.durmadan rahatsız et+e.gizli mikrofon y
{i} k.dili. gizli dinleme aygıtı
dili kusur
{i} delilik
{i} k.dili. (makinede) bozukluk
{i} dinleme cihazı

Onun bir dinleme cihazı olup olmadığını bilmiyorum, fakat bu yazılım doğru olarak çalışmıyor. - I don't know if it's a bug or not, but this software doesn't work correctly.

{f} dinleme cihazı yerleştirmek
dili gizli dinleme cihazı yerleştirmek
{i} tutkun
{i} gizli mikrofon
{i} tutku
çalışmada noksanlık
{i} meraklı
dili mikrop
rahatsız etmek
cihaz

Onun bir dinleme cihazı olup olmadığını bilmiyorum, fakat bu yazılım doğru olarak çalışmıyor. - I don't know if it's a bug or not, but this software doesn't work correctly.

bozukluk
(Tıp) bug
böcekten
afacanlaşmak
bug hunt
(Bilgisayar) böcek avı
bug information
(Bilgisayar) hata bilgisi
bug-eyed
patlak gözlü
bug eyed
böcek gözlü
bug fix
(Bilgisayar) Hata çözümü.Bir bilgisayar yazılımının hatalasını yada hatalarını düzeltmek. Bir bilgisayar yazılımının hatalasını yada hatalarını düzelten ek yazılım
bug free
hatasız
bug repellent
böcek kovucu
bug deflector
böcek deflektörü
bug eyed
patlak gözlü
bug hunter
böcekbilimci
bug hunter
entomolojist
bug off
{k} toz olmak, gitmek
bug screen
böcek kalkanı
bugs
(Bilgisayar) programdaki hatalar
bug out
(Argo) çılgın ve delidolu olmak
bugging
böcekle dinleme
lightning bug
ateşböceği
love bug
aşk böceği
pill bug
tespihböceği
stick bug
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sopa böceği
stink bug
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) süne
bed bug
tahtakurusu
beet leaf bug
pancar yaprak piresi
flu bug
grip virüsü
giant water bug
dev su böceği
lace bug
dantel böceği
leaf bug
yaprak zararlısı
lightning bug
ateş böceği

Doğru kelime ve doğruya yakın kelime arasındaki fark şimşek ve ateş böceği arasındaki farktır. - The difference between the right word and almost the right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.

plant bug
bitki biti
true bug
gerçek virüs
water bug
su böceği
a stomach bug
Bir mide hata
bat bug
bat hata
bed bug
yatak hata
bitten by the bug
Aniden ilgilenmeye, sevmeye başlamak; birdenbire çok sever olmak. "He iş bitten by the love bug."
bitten by the love bug
aşk böceği tarafından ısırıldı
bugged
durmadan rahatsız ed
bugs
hatalar

Web sitelerinin hataları olabileceğini bilmiyordum. - I didn't know that websites could have bugs.

Bugün biz ayrılmadan önce tüm hataların onarılması gerekir. - All bugs should be fixed today before we leave.

bugs
böcek

Böcekleri yakalamak çocuklar için eğlenceli bir etkinlik olabilir. - Catching bugs can be a fun activity for children.

Her ne zaman penceremi açık bıraksam, böcekler odama uçuyorlar. - Whenever I leave my window open, bugs fly into my room.

chinch bug
tahtakurusu hata
get bitten by the bug
ısırıldı böcek olsun
golden bug
altın böcek
kissing bug
böcek öpüşme
love bug
Volkswagen araba
may bug
mayıs böceği
may-bug
olabilir-bug
parent bug
ana hata
put a bug in so.'s ear
öyle bir hata koydum. 'kulak s
snug as a bug in a rug
Bir kilim bir hata olarak rahat
stomach bug
mide hata
travel bug
Gezmeye karşı büyük isteği, hevesi olma. "She has got the travel bug.She never stays in the same place for a long time."
white-eyed assassin bug
Beyaz gözlü suikastçi böcek
June bug
zool. haziranböceği, Phyllopertha
be bitten by the bug
(deyim) meraktan deliye dönmek
be bitten by the bug
(deyim) merakını celbetmek
big bug
kodaman
big bug
önemli kimse
boat bug
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sandal böceği
bugged
(Askeri) SES DİNLEME CİHAZI YERLEŞTİRİLMİŞ GİZLİ BİR DİNLEME CİHAZI İHTİVA EDEN ODA VEYA NESNE
bugged
{f} o_h.durmadan rahatsız et+e.gizli mikrofon yerleş
bugged
durmadan rahatsiz et
croton bug
hamamböceği
doodle bug
uçan bomba
dung bug
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bokböceği
forest bug
osurganböceği
get bitten by the bug
(deyim) meraktan deliye dönmek
get bitten by the bug
(deyim) merakını celbetmek
harvest bug
(isim) kadife böceği
harvest bug
{i} kadife böceği
june bug
haziranböceği
lightning bug
ateşböceği, yıldızböceği
İngilizce - İngilizce
the Bug River, flowing northwest 450 mi. between Belarus and Poland
the Bug River in the Ukraine, flowing 530 mi. to the Dnieper estuary
To install an electronic listening device or devices in

We need to know what’s going on. We’ll bug his house.

Various species of marine crustaceans; e.g. a Morton Bay bug
A colloquial name for any insect, arachnid or other terrestrial arthropod that is a pest

These flies are a bother. I’ll get some bug spray and kill them.

A contagious illness; a bacterium or virus causing it

He’s got the flu bug.

An insect of the order Hemiptera (the "true bugs")
A small and and usually invisible file (traditionally a single pixel image) on a World Wide Web page, primarily used to track users

He suspected the image was a web bug used for determining who was visiting the site.

An electronic intercept device

We installed a bug in her telephone.

A problem that needs fixing, especially in computing

The software bug led the computer to calculate 2 plus 2 as 5.

A small, usually transparent or translucent image placed in a corner of a television program to indicate what network or cable channel is televising it

Channel 4's bug distracted Jim from his favorite show.

To annoy

Don’t bug me, I’m busy!.

An enthusiasm for something; an obsession

to catch the skiing bug.

A manually positioned marker in flight instruments
A semi-automated telegraph key

I was a very good radio operator. I bought my own bug. That's what the telegraph key in its modern form was called. It was semiautomatic.

{n} a genus of insects of more that a hundred species
lectularius
a minute life form (especially a disease-causing bacterium); the term is not in technical use
An error in a computer program or in a piece of electronics that causes it to function improperly
If someone or something bugs you, they worry or annoy you. I only did it to bug my parents. a Beetle (=type of small Volkswagen car). Coding error in a computer program that prevents it from functioning as designed. Most software companies have a quality-assurance department which is charged with finding program bugs while the program is in development (debugging); bugs are also often detected by means of beta testing (testing of a product, often by potential consumers, before it is placed on the market). The term originated in a computer context in 1945 when a moth flew into and jammed an electrical relay of the Harvard Mark II computer; it was extracted and taped into the log book with the inscription "First actual case of bug being found" (the term having previously been used for other kinds of mechanical defects). Commonly, any insect; scientifically, any member of the insect order Heteroptera. In scientific usage, when the word "bug" is part of the common name for a member of the order Heteroptera, it is a separate word (e.g., "chinch bug"); when used as part of the common name for an organism that is not a heteropteran, it is not separated (e.g., the ladybug, in the order Coleoptera). In common usage, there are many exceptions to this convention (e.g., bedbugs are heteropterans). lightning bug assassin bug Bug River Western Bug River potato bug June bug pill bug sow bug squash bug leaf footed bug Y2K bug millennium bug Year 2000 bug
A small or invisible image on a World Wide Web page, used to track persons who viewed it
An unwanted operation or function in a program or in computer hardware the use of the term "bug" to computer malfunctions is attributed to Admiral Grace Hopper The story told by Admiral Hopper is that an early computer had malfunctioned Upon investigation, a moth was discovered between the contacts in the machine
An error in a computer program or system or a malfunction in a computer hardware component
A bugbear; anything which terrifies
A fault in a program which causes the program to perform in an unintended or unanticipated manner See: anomaly, defect, error, exception, fault [10]
a small hidden microphone; for listening secretly
One of various species of Coleoptera; as, the ladybug; potato bug, etc
tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information; "The FBI was tapping the phone line of the suspected spy"; "Is this hotel room bugged?"
An electronic listening device
An error Can be a hardware malfunction or a software programming error
general term for any insect or similar creeping or crawling invertebrate
Used to refer to any software or hardware error The original computer bug was a moth that was caught in a relay It was taped into a notebook and is now in the Smithsonian Institution
{i} insect; bacteria, virus; programming error which causes a malfunction (Computers); secret listening device
An error in computer software or hardware
If someone bugs a place, they hide tiny microphones in it which transmit what people are saying. He heard that they were planning to bug his office + bugging bug·ging an electronic bugging device
An error or defect in software or hardware that causes a program to malfunction According to folklore, the first computer bug was an actual bug Discovered in 1945 at Harvard, a moth trapped between two electrical relays of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator caused the whole machine to shut down
(n ) A hardware or software error that causes unreliable performance, unexpected results, or a failure
There are software bugs and hardware bugs The term originated in the United States, at the time when computers were built out of valves, when a series of previously inexplicable faults were eventually traced to moths flying about inside the computer
A colloquial name for any insect or arachnid that's a pest
{f} plant a microphone; annoy, bother, irritate
A flaw in a computer program or system
An error in a program that may result in a Crash
A software or hardware error that causes the system to malfunction
annoy persistently; "The children teased the boy because of his stammer"
A mistake, or unexpected occurrence, in a piece of software or in a piece of hardware
A program defect or error In 1946, Grace Hopper detected a problem with an Eniac computer at the University of Pennsylvania Investigation uncovered an insect lodged within the computer, causing the malfunction She reportedly exclaimed, "There’s a bug in the computer!"
You can say that someone has been bitten by a particular bug when they suddenly become very enthusiastic about something. I've definitely been bitten by the gardening bug Roundhay Park in Leeds was the place I first got the fishing bug
An insect of the genus Cimex, especially the bedbug C
A programming error that causes a program to work poorly, produce incorrect results, or crash (As an interesting aside, the term "bug" was coined when a real insect damaged one of the circuits of the first electronic digital computer, the ENIAC ) A bug is different from a glitch, which refers to a hardware problem and not a software problem Back to Top
general term for any insect or similar creeping or crawling invertebrate a small hidden microphone; for listening secretly a fault or defect in a system or machine
A problem with computer software or hardware that causes it to malfunction or crash
an unintentional error in a program that causes the program to not perform correctly in all circumstances
A bug is an insect or similar small creature. We noticed tiny bugs that were all over the walls
a fault or defect in a system or machine
A general name applied to various insects belonging to the Hemiptera; as, the squash bug; the chinch bug, etc
A logic or syntax error in a program, a logic error in the design of a computer system, or a hardware fault According to folklore, the first computer bug was an actual bug Discovered by Lieutenant Grace Hopper in 1945 at Harvard, a moth trapped between two electrical relays of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator caused the whole machine to shut down
A bug is a tiny hidden microphone which transmits what people are saying. There was a bug on the phone
insects with sucking mouthparts and forewings thickened and leathery at the base; usually show incomplete metamorphosis
An error in a software program or computer system that causes a malfunction
A logical or programming error in hardware or software that causes a malfunction of some sort
loosely, any beetle
A bug is an illness which is caused by small organisms such as bacteria. I think I've got a bit of a stomach bug the killer brain bug meningitis
An unwanted and unintended property of a program or piece of hardware, especially one that causes it to malfunction
One of certain kinds of Crustacea; as, the sow bug; pill bug; bait bug; salve bug, etc
A programming error in a software program that can have unwanted side effects Some examples include Various web browser security problems and Y2K software problems
If there is a bug in a computer program, there is a mistake in it. There is a bug in the software
Technical slang for "error in design or implementation " An unexpected system flaw Debugging is a normal part of system development and interactive system design
bug boy
An apprentice jockey
bug juice
An artificially fruit-flavored beverage, made from a powdered concentrate and water, that is often served at American residential camps. Kool-Aid or a generic equivalent
bug off
Used to tell somebody to leave them alone
bug off
To go away

I lied to him to appease him so he would bug off.

bug out
To cause to bulge

Kim Goodman holds the world record for bugging out her eyes.

bug out
miss school, play truant, play hooky

I go to Stockton High, but normally I bug out.

bug out
to abandon someone without warning

I'm not gonna bug out on you, I promise.

bug out
To leave (a place) hastily

It's time I bugged out of this town, it ain't safe no more.

bug spray
An insecticide for killing household pests
bug-a-boo
Any imagined fear or threat, or a fear presumed larger than it really is

a fear had come upon them, and they had a kind of bug-a-boo terror about roving gangsters.

bug-a-boo
A mythical, nocturnal creature; a hobgoblin
bug-bear
Alternative spelling of bugbear
bug-chaser
A man who practises bug-chasing
bug-chasing
The practice of engaging in anal sex with the deliberate intention of contracting HIV
bug-eyed
Having bulging or protruding eyes
bug-eyed monster
An extraterrestrial
bug-eyed monsters
plural form of bug-eyed monster
Bug River
or Western Bug River River, eastern central Poland. Rising in western Ukraine, it flows north along the Poland-Ukraine and Poland-Belarus borders to Brest, and turns west into Poland to the Vistula River north of Warsaw, running a total of 481 mi (774 km). It is navigable below Brest. In World War I several battles were fought along its course in 1915. About 200 mi (322 km) of its central course formed part of the Curzon Line. This same section was included in the 1939 Russo-German boundary, and largely retained after World War II in the boundary between the U.S.S.R. and Poland
bug fix
change or correction designed to correct a computer "bug", software or hardware change that is intended to correct software malfunctions (Computers)
bug free
does not contain bugs, clear of insects
bug hunter
entomologist, zoologist who studies insects
bug light
An outdoor electric light that gives off a usually yellow illumination designed not to attract insects
bug out
{f} become very angry unexpectedly; leave very quickly; flee in panic; hurry off in sudden fear; bulge toward the outside, pop out
bug out
bulge outward; "His eyes popped"
bug rake
(Slang) hair comb
bug repellent
substance which repels insects
bug-eyed
A bug-eyed person or animal has eyes that stick out. bug-eyed monsters We were bug-eyed in wonderment
bug-eyed
having bulging eyes, having eyes which protrude
Croton bug
Blattella germanica; German cockroach. See cockroach
Moreton Bay bug
The species Thenus orientalis of the slipper lobster family
Spike Bug
A bug of the game Sonic the Hedgehog (of Sega Genesis) that causes Sonic to instantly die if he bounces from one set of spikes to another, because the temporary invincibility that should save him is programmed to be activated only when his feet touch the ground
Y2K bug
the millennium bug
assassin bug
a bug from the family Reduviidae, that eats other insects ; some species may transmit Chagas' disease to humans
cute as a bug's ear
Very cute
gold bug
A person with a particularly great enthusiasm for investing in gold (the metal), an enthusiasm which to others is likely to seem excessive, especially if gold prices are stagnant or falling
kissing bug
a bug from the family Hemiptera, that causes sores to the human body
milkweed bug
an insect, of the order Hemiptera, that mostly feeds on the seeds and tissue of the milkweed plant (Asclepias)
millennium bug
A flaw in the design of very many computer systems in which the year was represented by just 2 digits (e.g. 1984 = 84); after 1999 this would give unpredictable results
palmetto bug
The American cockroach, Periplaneta americana. See cockroach
pill bug
Any of very many terrestrial crustaceans, of the family Armadillidiidae, including the woodlice, that can roll themselves up into a protective ball
potato bug
The woodlouse
potato bug
The Colorado beetle
predator bug
Any of several species of African assassin bugs, especially Platymeris rhadamanthus
predator-bug
Attributive form of predator bug, noun

This has a predator-bug taste—gross!.

shield bug
Any of various shield-shaped true bugs of the superfamily Pentatomoidea
snug as a bug in a rug
Very cosy and comfortable
stomach bug
Something, such as a germ (colloquially a bug), that causes intestinal distress (particularly vomiting). Sometimes incorrectly used to refer to food poisoning
striped shield bug
a shield bug with black and red stripes, Graphosoma lineatum
true bug
Any of various insects of the order Hemiptera and in particular of the suborder Heteroptera, that are wingless or have two pairs of wings, and have mouthparts adapted for piercing and sucking
union bug
A maker's mark showing that the work on which imprinted is sanctioned by members of a trade union. The mark often is a tiny elongated rhomboid containing and surrounded by, in miniscule typeface, identifying names and union's local chapter number

US Printed matter circulated by the Democratic Party inevitably displays a union bug.

water bug
Any member of the infraorder Nepomorpha, the true water bugs
water bug
Any of various other true bugs that live around water
water bug
The American cockroach, Periplaneta americana
water bug
The Oriental cockroach, Blatta orientalis
web bug
A small, usually transparent image added by an advertiser to a webpage (to track its popularity) or e-mail message (to track when it is read)
boxelder bug
(Ticaret) The boxelder bug (Boisea trivittata) is a North American species of true bug. It is found primarily on boxelder trees, as well as maple and ash trees
bitten by the love bug
(deyim) Develope a strong interest in something, gone crazy over, become obsessed by usually used in combination
get bitten by the bug
(deyim) Develope a strong interest in something, gone crazy over, become obsessed by usually used in combination, e.g. "bitten by the love bug"
get bitten by the love bug
(deyim) Develope a strong interest in something, gone crazy over, become obsessed by usually used in combination
snug as a bug in a rug
Comfortable; cozy. "Are you warm enough?" the boy's mother asked. "Yeah," he replied, "I'm snug as a bug in a rug."
Y2K bug
As the year 2000 approached, many programs had to be partly rewritten or replaced to prevent interpretation of "00" as 1900 rather than 2000. It was feared that such a misreading would lead to software and hardware failures in computers used in such important areas as banking, utilities systems, government records, and so on, with the potential for widespread chaos on and following Jan. 1, 2000. Up to $200 billion may have been spent (half in the U.S.) to upgrade computers and application programs to be Y2K-compliant. Despite international alarm, few major failures occurred, partly because these measures were effective and partly because the likely incidence of failure was exaggerated
Y2K bug
A defect in the code of a computer program caused when a year is represented by its last two digits only and the program interprets that year as falling inclusively between 1900 and 1999 instead of between 2000 and 2099. Also called millennium bug. or Year 2000 bug or millennium bug Potential problem in computers and computer networks at the beginning of the year 2000. Until the 1990s, most computer programs used only the last two digits to designate the year, the first two digits being fixed at
as snug as a bug in a rug
very warm and comfortable, wrapped tightly
assassin bug
a true bug: long-legged predacious bug living mostly on other insects; a few suck blood of mammals
assassin bug
Any of various predatory bugs of the family Reduviidae, which have short, curved, powerful beaks used to prey on other insects or, in certain genera, modified to suck blood from mammals. Also called reduviid. Any of about 4,000 insect species (family Reduviidae) characterized by a thin, necklike structure connecting the narrow head to the body. Many species are common to North and South America. Ranging in size from 0.5 to 1 in. (13-25 mm), assassin bugs use their short, three-segmented beak to suck body fluids from their victims. Most assassin bugs prey on other insects; some, however, suck blood from vertebrates, including humans, and transmit diseases. One species, the large assassin bug, defends itself by accurately "spitting" saliva toxic enough to blind a human
bed bug
bug of temperate regions that infests especially beds and feeds on human blood
bed bug
insects which live in a bed
big bug
important person, bigwig
bitten by the bug
gone crazy over, become obsessed by usually used in combination, e.g. "bitten by the love bug
boat bug
An aquatic hemipterous insect of the genus Notonecta; so called from swimming on its back, which gives it the appearance of a little boat
boat bug
Called also boat fly, boat insect, boatman, and water boatman
bugged
past of bug
bugged
having hidden electronic eavesdropping devices; "wired hotel rooms"; "even the car is bugged"
bugged
having hidden electronic eavesdropping devices; "wired hotel rooms"; "even the car is bugged
bugged
{s} implanted with hidden listening devices; annoyed, aggravated, angered
bugging
present participle of bug
bugs
Similar to what you find eating your prize winning roses, bugs are "creatures" that affect software programs in the form of minor to major errors, mistakes and glitches These software problems were given their name from the insects that were attracted to the glow of the filament used in tubes that built computers of the 1950’s - 60’s
bugs
third-person singular of bug
bugs
Slang for Tyranids Also "Nids "
bugs
Glitches in programming that cause errors to occur when software is running
bugs
Syntax or logic errors in a program 12 15, 12 38
bugs
small verminous creatures that sometimes show up in software in the form of major or minor errors, mistakes, and gotchas Bugs got their name from insects found in antiquated tube-based computers of the late 50s and early 60s which were attracted to the glow of the filament in a tube
bugs
plural of bug
caught a bug
fell ill with a virus, caught a virus, became sick
chinch bug
small black-and-white insect that feeds on cereal grasses
cinch bug
Variant of chinch bug
coreid bug
a true bug
croton bug
A small, active, winged species of cockroach (Ectobia Germanica), the water bug
croton bug
It is common aboard ships, and in houses in cities, esp
croton bug
in those with hot-water pipes
fire bug
{i} arsonist, person who purposely sets fire to buildings and other property; pyromaniac (Slang)
flower bug
Any of a group of bugs in the family Anthocoridae, which feed on insects that infest flowers
four-lined plant bug
yellow or orange leaf bug with four black stripes down the back; widespread in central and eastern North America
giant water bug
large water bug with piercing and sucking mouthparts; feeds on young fishes
harlequin bug
A flat-bodied, brightly colored stinkbug (Murgantia histrionica) that is destructive to cabbage and other cruciferous plants. Also called calicoback
harvest bug
{i} chigger, parasitic larvae of mites
june bug
June beetle: any of various large usually brown North American leaf-eating beetles common in late spring; the larvae feed on roots of grasses etc
kissing bug
Any one of several species of blood-sucking, venomous Hemiptera that sometimes bite the lip or other parts of the human body, causing painful sores, as the cone-nose (Conorhinus sanguisuga)
lace bug
small bug having body and wings covered with a lacy network of raised lines
lace bug
Any of several insects of the family Tingidae, predominantly grayish and rectangular, with a lacelike pattern of ridges on the thorax, head, and wings
leaf bug
small bright-colored insect that feeds on plant juices
leaf-footed bug
large sap-sucking bug with leaflike expansions on the legs
lightning bug
nocturnal beetle whose tail emits a phosphorescent light, firefly
lightning bug
A lightning bug is a type of beetle that produces light from its body. = firefly. Although firefly remains the literary and formal word, lightning bug is the term used by the majority of Americans for the slow-moving flying insect that flashes in the dark. Nearly 80 percent of those interviewed for the Dictionary of American Regional English volunteered lightning bug, while not quite 30 percent said firefly (including those who said both). Only in the northernmost states, especially New England, and along the Pacific coast, does firefly hold its own with lightning bug. Bug itself is nowadays an American term; since the 18th century, the British have preferred insect. an insect with a tail that shines in the dark = firefly
lygus bug
vector of viral plant diseases
mirid bug
a variety of leaf bug
pill bug
small terrestrial isopod with a convex segmented body that can roll up into a ball
pill bug
Any species of terrestrial crustacean in the genera Armadillidium and Armadillo (both in the order Isopoda), native to Europe and introduced worldwide. Pill bugs (sometimes called wood lice) resemble tiny armadillos in appearance and behaviour; they have a gray, oval body covered with platelike armour and, when disturbed, roll into a ball. They are about 0.75 in. (19 mm) long. Pill bugs live in dry, sunny places, in dry leaf litter, and on forest edges. See also sow bug
pinacate bug
Any of several clumsy, wingless beetles of the genus Eleodes, found in the Pacific States
plant bug
An insect of the order Hemiptera whose mouthparts are adapted for piercing plants and sucking their juices
potato bug
{i} woodlouse, blackand yellow beetle that feeds on potato leaves
potato bug
The Colorado potato beetle
put a bug in one's ear
deceive, arouse suspicion
put a bug in one's ears
give room for thought
sea bug
A chiton
shore bug
Any of numerous small predatory insects of the family Saldidae, found along the shores of streams and other bodies of water where they sometimes dig burrows
sow bug
or wood louse Any of certain terrestrial crustaceans of the order Isopoda, especially members of the genus Oniscus. Native to Europe, they have been introduced into North America. Sow bugs grow to 0.7 in. (18 mm) long. The oval, gray body is rather arched and is covered with broad, armourlike plates. Two elbowed antennae extend about half the length of the body, and there are seven pairs of limbs. The sow bug lives in moist places, especially under stones, in moist leaf litter, and in cellars. See also pill bug
sow bug
terrestrial isopod having an oval segmented body (a shape like a sow)
squash bug
large black American bug that sucks sap of vines of the gourd family
squash bug
A blackish North American insect (Anasa tristis) that is destructive to squash, pumpkins, and other crops. or leaf-footed bug Any of more than 2,000 widely distributed insect species (family Coreidae), including many important plant pests. Most species are dull-coloured and more than 0.4 in. (10 mm) long. Many have enlarged, flattened extensions on the legs. The North American squash bug (Anasa tristis) is an important pest of squash, melon, and pumpkin (plants in the gourd family). It is basically yellow but is covered with black pits that make it look black. The larvae feed underground, and the piercing and sucking mouthparts of the adults enable them to attack the parts of plants that insecticides rarely penetrate
tarnished plant bug
widespread plant and fruit pest
true bug
any of various insects of the order Hemiptera and especially of the suborder Heteroptera
true bug
A wingless or four-winged insect of the order Hemiptera, especially of the suborder Heteroptera, including the bedbug, louse, and chinch bug, having mouthparts adapted for piercing and sucking
water bug
Many of them come out of the water and fly about at night
water bug
Some of these insects are of great size, being among the largest existing Hemiptera
water bug
Their hind legs are long and fringed, and act like oars
water bug
Any one of numerous species of large, rapacious, aquatic, hemipterous insects belonging to Belostoma, Benacus, Zaitha, and other genera of the family Belostomatidæ
water bug
The Croton bug
water bug
small light-brown cockroach brought to United States from Europe; a common household pest
water bug
a true bug: large aquatic bug adapted to living in or on the surface of water
water bug
a small insect that lives in water
wheel bug
A large assassin bug (Arilus cristatus) of North America that has a notched, wheellike projection on the back of the thorax and preys on other insects
wheel bug
large predatory North American bug that sucks the blood of other insects
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) bug
bug

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bʌg

    Zıt anlamlılar

    not bother

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbəg/ /ˈbʌɡ/

    Etimoloji

    [ b&g ] (noun.) 14th century. 1620 (referring to a bedbug); from earlier bugge 'beetle', conflation of (1) Middle English bugge 'scarecrow, hobgoblin', from Proto-Germanic *bugja- 'swollen up, thick' (cf. Norwegian bugge 'big man', Low German dialect Bögge 'goblin, snot'); and (2) Middle English budde 'beetle', from Old English -budda (cf. scearnbudda 'dung beetle'), from Proto-Germanic *buddōn (compare Low German Budde 'louse, grub', Norwegian budda 'newborn domestic animal'). More at bud.

    Zamanlar

    bugs, bugging, bugged

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    bug off, bug out, bug ridden

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    mocha