1. A true bug.
2. An insect or similar organism, such as a centipede or an earwig.
a. A disease-producing microorganism: a flu bug.
b. The illness or disease so produced: "stomach flu, a cold, or just some bug going around" David Smollar.
a. A defect or difficulty, as in a system or design.
b. Computer Science A defect in the code or routine of a program.
5. An enthusiasm or obsession: got bitten by the writing bug.
6. An enthusiast or devotee; a buff: a model train bug.
7. An electronic listening device, such as a hidden microphone or wiretap, used in surveillance: planted a bug in the suspect's room.
v. bugged, bug·ging, bugs
To grow large; bulge: My eyes bugged when I saw the mess.
a. To annoy; pester.
b. To prey on; worry: a memory that bugged me for years.
2. To equip (a room or telephone circuit, for example) with a concealed electronic listening device.
3. To make (the eyes) bulge or grow large.
bug off Slang
To leave someone alone; go away.
bug out Slang
1. To leave or quit, usually in a hurry.
2. To avoid a responsibility or duty. Often used with on or of: bugged out on his partners at the first sign of trouble.
put a bug in (someone's) ear Informal
To impart useful information to (another) in a subtle, discreet way.
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