worm program

worm program

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  • worm — [wʉrm] n. [ME < OE wyrm, serpent, dragon, akin to Ger wurm < IE base * wer , to turn, bend > WARP, L vermis, worm] 1. any of many slender, soft bodied animals, some segmented, that live by burrowing underground, in water, or as parasites …   English World dictionary

  • worm — UK US /wɜːm/ noun [C] IT ► a computer program that can send copies of itself to other computers and is designed to prevent the computers from working normally: »When users click an infected attachment, the worm opens a back door that hackers can… …   Financial and business terms

  • worm — wormer, n. wormlike, wormish, adj. /werrm/, n. 1. Zool. any of numerous long, slender, soft bodied, legless, bilaterally symmetrical invertebrates, including the flatworms, roundworms, acanthocephalans, nemerteans, gordiaceans, and annelids. 2.… …   Universalium

  • worm — [[t]wɜrm[/t]] n. 1) zool. any of numerous long, slender, soft bodied, legless, bilaterally symmetrical invertebrates, including the roundworms, platyhelminths, acanthocephalans, nemerteans, horsehair worms, and annelids 2) zool. (loosely) any of… …   From formal English to slang

  • worm — worm1 [ wɜrm ] noun * 1. ) count a creature with a long soft body and no bones or legs a ) count an insect that looks like a worm b ) worms plural small creatures that look like worms and live inside the body of a person or animal and make them… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • worm — /wɜm / (say werm) noun 1. Zoology any of the long, slender, soft bodied bilateral invertebrates including the flatworms, roundworms, acanthocephalans, nemerteans, and annelids. 2. (in popular language) any of numerous small creeping animals with… …  

  • worm — I UK [wɜː(r)m] / US [wɜrm] noun Word forms worm : singular worm plural worms * 1) [countable] a creature with a long soft body and no bones or legs a) [countable] an insect that looks like a worm b) worms [plural] small creatures that look like… …   English dictionary

  • worm — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, from Old English wyrm serpent, worm; akin to Old High German wurm serpent, worm, Latin vermis worm Date: before 12th century 1. a. earthworm; broadly an annelid worm b. any of numerous… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • worm — noun 1》 an earthworm or other creeping or burrowing invertebrate animal having a long, slender soft body and no limbs. [Annelida, Nematoda (roundworms), Platyhelminthes (flatworms), and other phyla.]     ↘(worms) intestinal or other internal… …   English new terms dictionary

  • worm — A program which embeds itself within another program. Either it tries to find a space in which it won t be noticed, or it will just stick itself anywhere within the main program (which will ruin that program). A worm will usually also be… …   Dictionary of telecommunications

  • worm — [wɜːm] noun [C] I 1) a small creature with a long soft body and no bones or legs 2) computing a program that deliberately damages computer systems by making copies of itself II verb worm [wɜːm] worm your way into/out of sth to use clever methods… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English


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