1. slang To correct some problems in a computer program, such as bugs, glitches, crashes, etc. A noun or pronoun can be used between "kink" and "out." The developers promised to kink out the issues that had been keeping the app from working correctly. We've got to kink these bugs out before we release the game, or it's going to be dead on arrival.
2. slang To resolve minor issues or difficulties in something; to make something more effective or efficient. A noun or pronoun can be used between "kink" and "out." I think we've done a good job of kinking out the flaws that we've made over the last few years of running this service.
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