Kludge

Noun

  • (electronics engineering) An improvised device, usually crudely constructed. Typically used to test the validity of a principle before doing a finished design.
  • (computing) An amalgamated mass of totally unrelated parts forming a distressing whole.
  • (general) Any construction or practice, typically inelegant, designed to solve a problem temporarily or expediently.

Verb

  • To build or use a kludge.

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