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flawnoun [C]

uk   /flɔː/  us   /flɑː/
C1 a fault, mistake, or weakness, especially one that happens while something is being planned or made, or that causes something not to be perfect: I returned the material because it had a flaw in it. There's a fatal flaw in your reasoning. This report is full of flaws. a character flaw

flawverb [T]

uk   /flɔː/  us   /flɑː/
to cause something to be not perfect: A tiny mark flawed the otherwise perfect silk shirt.
Traducciones de “flaw”
in Vietnamese vết nhơ, thói xấu, chỗ hỏng…
en español defecto…
in Thai ข้อบกพร่อง…
in Malaysian kecacatan…
en francés défaut…
en alemán der Fehler…
en chino (tradicionál) 錯誤, 缺點, 缺陷,瑕疵…
in Indonesian cacat…
en ruso изъян, недостаток…
en turco zaaf, zayıflık, kusur…
en chino (simplificado) 错误, 缺点, 缺陷,瑕疵…
en polaco błąd, skaza…
(Definition of flaw from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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