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Translation of "default" - English-Spanish dictionary

default

verb   /dɪˈfɒlt/
to fail to do something, such as pay a debt, that you legally have to do suspender pagos, no pagar People who default on their mortgage repayments may have their home repossessed.18521408
→  Phrasal verbs default to sth
noun   /dɪˈfɒlt/ /ˈdiː.fɒlt/
[no plural] the thing that exists or happens if you do not change it intentionally by performing an action falta, opción por defecto Unless something else is agreed, the default is to meet at the hotel at 7.00 p.m. The computer will take 0 as the default value, unless you type in something different. formal In default of (= because there is not) any better alternative, we will have to proceed with the original plan.1783
(Definition of default from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

default

noun /diˈfoːlt/
(legal) failure to do something which is required by law, especially paying back a debt Incumplimiento The tenant is in default on paying the rent.
(computing) the way in which a software program behaves or things appear on a computer screen unless you change them Por Defecto (also adjective) default settings.
(Definition of default from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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