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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.
Translations of “fault”
in Korean 결함, 단점…
in Arabic خَطأ, عَيب…
in French faute, défaut, faille…
in Italian difetto, imperfezione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錯誤, 過錯,過失, 責任…
in Russian дефект, недостаток…
in Turkish yanılgı, hata, kusur…
in Polish wada…
in Portuguese defeito, avaria…
in German die Schuld, der Fehler, die Verwerfung…
in Catalan defecte…
in Japanese 欠陥, 欠点…
in Chinese (Simplified) 错误, 过错,过失, 责任…
(Definition of fault from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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