Definition of pseudocode in English:

pseudocode

noun

Computing
  • [mass noun] A notation resembling a simplified programming language, used in program design.

    • ‘The database schema needs to be developed in tandem with pseudocode, so that you don't wind up with orphaned code or database calls that are excessively resource-intensive.’
    • ‘I spelled out every single detail, using elaborate pseudocode - even writing many of the SQL statements the programmers would need - and adding extra expository explanation wherever I could.’
    • ‘In addition, a handy WSDL viewer allows you to punch in a WSDL URL and view it in either native XML or in pseudocode mode.’

Pronunciation:

pseudocode

/ˈs(j)uːdəʊˌkəʊd/