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Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

bug /bʌɡ/ n
  1. any insect of the order Hemiptera, esp any of the suborder Heteroptera, having piercing and sucking mouthparts specialized as a beak (rostrum)
  2. chiefly US Canadian any insect, such as the June bug or the Croton bug
  3. informal a microorganism, esp a bacterium, that produces disease
  4. a disease, esp a stomach infection, caused by a microorganism
  5. informal an obsessive idea, hobby, etc; craze (esp in the phrases get the bug, be bitten by the bug, the bug bites, etc)
  6. informal a person having such a craze; enthusiast
  7. (often plural) informal an error or fault, as in a machine or system, esp in a computer or computer program
  8. informal a concealed microphone used for recording conversations, as in spying
vb (bugs, bugging, bugged) informal
  1. (transitive) to irritate; bother
  2. (transitive) to conceal a microphone in (a room, etc)
  3. (intransitive) US (of eyes) to protrude
Etymology: 16th Century: of uncertain origin; perhaps related to Old English budda beetle

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