1. a patch or fix in a computer program, especially a clumsy one

2. to fix a computer program
The way things work with that system is a kludge.
Por The Return of Light Joker 28 de septiembre de 2010
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A quick, messy but functional fix or workaround to a problem.
The server chassis was snapped in two, but I've kludged it together with electrical tape.
Por Alli 04 de febrero de 2003
Bad code that works but is barely readable, overly complex and unmaintainable.
This code is a total kludge!
Por Kristin 08 de octubre de 2001
Not a necessarily a quick fix - but a unique, cheap approach to a sudden engineering disaster that arises; It's not pretty.

Also the only word of this variety to avoid being a disparaging remark about a group of people.
Engineer 1: "look I fixed it!"

Engineer 1: "Turns out that a single matchbook cover can hold this entire 3 ton mechanism stable."

Engineer 2: "thats's a total kludge."
Por Rotella-T 17 de diciembre de 2013
An idiot or retarded person.
Man, he's such a kludge.
Por Kludge 01 de febrero de 2008
.v, 1.a complete waste of time. 2. a complete mess.
Jason's project is a kludge of bull crap and GPO documents.
Por Oxford's 23 de septiembre de 2002
An idiot or retarded person.
Man, he's such a kludge.
Por Kludge 01 de febrero de 2008

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