A major flaw that is being downplayed for political reasons.
To get ObamaCare passed, the President said “No matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise to the American people: If you like your health-care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health-care plan, period. No one will take it away, no matter what.” But there is a glitch in the Affordable Healthcare Act that in many cases requires insurance companies to replace the so-called substandard health care plans that we like with plans that meet certain minimum requirements but are more expensive and have higher out-of-pocket expenses.
by SPitBalls November 11, 2013
Anything that makes life more difficult,
usually something that is itself trivial,
but is necessary for something else to happen.

Who knows where this came from? Lord knows, but he's not telling. Besides, God doesn't do technology.
I like to think its roots are in the words "glue" and "itch".
But of course, we all know it was developed under grant, for use in science organizations prone to error, such as NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the nano-technological field in general, where glitches have been made so small as to appear totally correct and self-repairing.
FROM AN ACTUAL EMAIL:

"Apparently one needs software loaded on the computer to download photos from this digital camera.  If I can get that software, do you think it will be for PCs and Macs?

Little glitches in the road."
by Sue Dohnim June 17, 2004
the thing that gives video games meaning and purpose
use a glitch on halo to defeat any numbers or skill level of people
by zeus123 January 28, 2009
(verb): an slang word meaning "methamphetamine" used in various, certain, and/or specific circles of users of the drug methamphetamine; although it is not one of the more commonly used slag terms. The most common slang name(s) for methamphetamine are: crystal, cystal-meth, speed(*althougth the word speed is often used as slang for other stimulant-like drugs such as "Ritalin"(methylphenidate), "Adderall"(<a combination of different "amphetamine salts">dextroamphetamine and racemic d/l-amphetamine salts)("Dexedrine" too, aka dextroamphetamine, which generally speaking is the most popularly used/abused speed pill aside from Adderall and Ritalin; which are only used by more people, legal or not, because it is easier to obtain, legal or not. "Dexedrine" is the most sought after ampthetamine "speed pill" aside from of course pure pharmacutical amphetamines/methamphetamine).
"Hey man, do you wanna do some GLITCH?"
"What's up? I got some GLITCH if you want to do some."
"I'm aching for some GLITCH man. Can you help me out"

*I do not condone the use/abuse of any drugs, and this is for informational purposes only. I simply post valuable "harm reduction" information about drugs in general, so as to avoid even one single more casuality from not only drug abuse, but drug MIS-USE. However, to stay unbiased, there IS a thing called moderation. Remember folks, the "responsibility" lies with YOU.*
by dexm December 10, 2007
Extremely asymmetrical labia.
Her glitch was hanging down to her knees!
by Stabwound January 09, 2010
Something a Clan uses to exploit durring a match to win! Usually deemed unlawfull durring clan matches
ECR clan glitches tanks and other vehicles into a building, to cheat themselves a win!
by MrMan April 10, 2005
a very broad term meaning cool and awesome.
to describe something cool and awesome (glitchy)
Sam: "I got some new headphones, they're glitchy."
by The smart brunette June 05, 2009

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