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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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