Definition of debugger in English:

debugger

noun

  • A computer program that assists in the detection and correction of errors in computer programs.

    • ‘We found a bug in the program during one tutorial, and I fixed the bug on the spot in order to demonstrate the Perl debugger.’
    • ‘Features in the user interface could be drastically improved - a user-friendly debugger would be great.’
    • ‘I think the single most important change for developers in the past 25 years has been the improvements in IDEs and debuggers that automate a lot of the programming and debugging tasks that people used to have to do laboriously by hand.’
    • ‘Software development tools covered by CGL include debuggers and analyzers.’
    • ‘It includes a Java software and HTML editor, multi-threaded debugger, object browser, and HTTP server.’

Pronunciation:

debugger

/dēˈbəɡər/