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zero defectsnoun [plural]

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a system that tries to make certain that a company's products or services contain no problems that will cause them not to work correctly: The company makes billions of things with zero defects at a very low cost.
zero-defect
adjective
To implement a zero-defect policy, it was necessary to introduce a rigorous system of total quality control.
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