Würgaround

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the German verb würgen and the English word workaround.

Noun[edit]

Würgaround m (genitive Würgarounds, plural Würgarounds)

  1. (colloquial) a workaround, specifically a complicated or undesirable one.
    • 2004, Dieter Dahmen, 100% CPU-Last nach Sicherheitsupdates, microsoft.public.de.german.win2000.sonstiges
      Ich denke noch darüber nach, ob ich den Würgaround verwende.
      I'm still thinking about whether to use the workaround.