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Translation of "fault" - English-Spanish dictionary

fault

noun /foːlt/
a mistake; something for which one is to blame
culpa
The accident was your fault.
an imperfection; something wrong
defecto, tara
There is a fault in this machine a fault in his character.
a crack in the rock surface of the earth
falla
faults in the earth’s crust.
faultless adjective without fault; perfect
perfecto, intachable, impecable
a faultless performance.
faultlessly adverb
impecablemente
The horse cleared all the fences faultlessly.
faulty adjective (usually of something mechanical) not made or working correctly
defectuoso
a faulty light switch.
at fault wrong or to blame
tener la culpa
She was at fault for the error.
find fault with to criticize or complain of
criticar a alguien
She is always finding fault with her husband.
to a fault to too great an extent
en exceso
She was generous to a fault.
(Definition of fault from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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