debug

debug [dē bug′]
vt.
debugged, debugging [ DE- + BUG1]
1. to remove insects from
2. to find and correct the defects, errors, malfunctioning parts, etc. in
3. Informal to find and remove hidden electronic listening devices from (a place)

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