Translation of kludge in Spanish:

kludge

Pronunciation: /kluːdʒ/

n

  • [colloquial/familiar] [Comput] [Eng] solución (f) de parche, chapuza (f)
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    • On the corner of Eversholt Street and Euston is a St Pancras New Church, a neo-classical kludge which at the time of its construction in 1822 was the most expensive church building since St Paul's.
    • The vertebrate eye does very well indeed, but it is a kludge.
    • It wouldn't have been perfect, but it almost certainly would have been better than the kludge we're ending up with.
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    • Google has struggled to maintain the integrity of its search results ever since, with recent kludges blocking millions of results.
    • I speak as someone who's written code to do this, by the way - it always smelled like a kludge to me, and now I understand why.
    • And it's hard to imagine any IS department tolerating kludges such as this.

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