- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of kludge.
“All the equipment has a kludged-together garage look, bristling with cords and dials and whatnot.”
“This is “a bad thing”, especially when XML is being kludged into pseudo-programming language behavior.”
“Christ, the ship's just full of kludged-up stuff, it's all we can do to get all the kludges put down on the drawings.”
“Sign inI was going to check out Glenn Reynolds's video — SO I COVERED THE KNOXVILLE TEA PARTY LIVE, with an experimental I kludged it together myself! wireless broadband camera rig consisting of a JVC pro DV camera firewired into my Macbook Pro, then connecting to PJTV studios over iChat using a Verizon broadband card.”
“In many ways, after they bought the house, my parents kludged together various repairs so it would be livable.”
“I was dragged into Second Life kicking and screaming, protesting all the way, "No, I'd rather not try yet another lame VRML hack with blinking textures and kludged- together-features..." but my friend insisted, gave me a demo and I grudgingly admitted that there might be promise.”
“Dave Zatz, no slouch when it comes to connecting media hardware, kludged his way to a “CinemaNow - PC - Xbox 360 - TV” setup to get CinemaNow working on his home tube.”
“Naturally, this annoys the proponents of an Intelligent Designer, and they have been looking for ways to put a better spin on the kludged design of the vertebrate eye.”
“I think I want somebody to give me a cookbook of rules to help me set up the layout from the beginning so it doesn't come out looking kludged.”
“What engineers didn't know was that both the 20 and the 25 were built upon an operating system that had been kludged together by a programmer with no formal training.”
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