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See definition of bugging on Dictionary.com
  • as inbotheration
  • as inbothering
  • as inspying
  • as insurveillance

synonyms for bugging

  • aggravation
  • disturbance
  • exasperation
  • harassment
  • hassle
  • headache
  • inconvenience
  • irritation
  • nuisance
  • problem
  • vexation
  • bothering
  • pestering
  • surveillance
  • observing
  • prying
  • voyeurism
  • surveyance
  • wiretapping

antonyms for bugging

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  • peace
      • carelessness
      • ignorance
      • neglect
      • negligence
      • indifference
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      How to use bugging in a sentence

      By the 1930s, medical researchers had figured out how to breed harmless forms of bugs to stuff inside sterilized injections.
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      Toshin said the scanner is open to bug hunters and security researchers, who can pay to scan each app — with five scans tossed in for free.
      MOBILE SECURITY STARTUP OVERSECURED LAUNCHES AFTER SELF-FUNDING $1 MILLION, THANKS TO BUG BOUNTY PAYOUTSZACK WHITTAKERNOVEMBER 12, 2020TECHCRUNCH
      We look to these individuals at Google for assistant, clarity and support when Google launches new features, has bugs or we just need help.
      301 REDIRECT: GOOGLE WEBMASTERS CENTRAL TO GOOGLE SEARCH CENTRALBARRY SCHWARTZNOVEMBER 11, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
      I usually check mine at the beginning of summer, because that’s when I’m more prone to need it for cuts, burns, bug bites and other outdoor mishaps.
      WHEN TO REPLACE SMOKE DETECTORS, SPONGES, PILLOWS AND MORE, ACCORDING TO EXPERTSDANIEL BORTZNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
      From CureVac to Japan’s Agnes and Takara Bio to Arcturus, these companies are relying on everything from synthetically made antibodies, to spike protein-blocking compounds, to messenger RNA to tackle the bug.
      THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE LEADING COVID VACCINE CANDIDATESSY MUKHERJEENOVEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
      An echo bouncing off such a bug would be drowned out by the sound reflected from the leaf, they figured.
      HERE’S WHAT BATS ‘SEE’ WHEN THEY EXPLORE THE WORLD WITH SOUNDCAROLYN WILKEOCTOBER 29, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
      This means we’re also seeing more “accept cookies” banners—a bug on the Internet’s windshield and an eyesore we hurriedly click “yes” to so we can see what we actually came to a site to check out.
      THOSE ‘ACCEPT COOKIES’ BANNERS ON WEBSITES UNDERMINE YOUR PRIVACY—BUT THEY CAN BE FIXEDJAKEMETHOCTOBER 27, 2020FORTUNE
      Most of the bug fixes fix UI bugs that shipped with iOS 14 last month.
      APPLE PUSHES OUT IOS 14.1, IMOVIE UPDATES, AND MORESAMUEL AXONOCTOBER 22, 2020ARS TECHNICA
      The previous status update was on October 9th, where Google said the mobile-indexing bug is now 99% resolved, with almost all the URLs being restored.
      99% OF GOOGLE’S INDEXING ISSUES FULLY RESOLVEDBARRY SCHWARTZOCTOBER 19, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
      California’s spiny lobster fishing is good, and the bugs are big.
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      WORDS RELATED TO BUGGING

      • aggravation
      • bothering
      • bugging
      • disturbance
      • exasperation
      • harassment
      • hassle
      • headache
      • inconvenience
      • irritation
      • nuisance
      • pestering
      • problem
      • vexation
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