Focus on the pronunciation of default
English definition of “default”
/dɪˈfɔːlt/ verb [I]
› FINANCE to fail to pay interest or other money that is owed: default on a payment/a mortgage/your rent If a company defaults on its rent, another tenant can be found. I have never defaulted or been late with previous payments.
› LAW to fail to keep to an agreement or contract: default on an agreement/a contract They claimed that education providers had defaulted on their agreement with students to provide a course.
› IT to happen or appear automatically in a particular way, if a user does not make a different choice: If you do not enter a value it will default to a delay of 20 seconds.