1. Erreur ; faute.
2. Petite trace que les joints des pièces d'un moule laissent sur l'objet moulé.
ETYM Old Fren. error, errur, French erreur, Latin error, from errare to err. Related to Err.
1. Any action that is incorrect, usually by inadvertence or carelessness.
2. Part of a statement that is not correct; SYN. mistake.
3. Departure from what is ethically acceptable; SYN. wrongdoing.
4. A misconception resulting from incorrect information; SYN. erroneous belief.
5. (Baseball) A failure of a defensive player to make an out when normal play would have sufficed; SYN. misplay.
In computing, a fault or mistake, either in the software or on the part of the user, that causes a program to stop running (crash) or produce unexpected results. Program errors, or bugs, are largely eliminated in the course of the programmer’s initial testing procedure, but some will remain in most programs. All computer operating systems are designed to produce an error message (on the display screen, or in an error file or printout) whenever an error is detected, reporting that an error has taken place and, wherever possible, diagnosing its cause.
1. Line formed by joining two pieces, as in sewing.
2. The space between adjacent planks or strakes of a ship.
3. A line, groove, or ridge formed by the abutment of edges; a thin layer or stratum (as of rock) between distinctive layers; also; a bed of valuable mineral and especially coal irrespective of thickness; a line left by a cut or wound; also; wrinkle.
4. A weak or vulnerable area or gap.
(Children's slang) A small scrape or other superficial injury. booboo