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fault

noun
 
/fɔːlt/
be someone’s fault B1 If something bad that happened is someone’s fault, they made it happen.
ésser culpa d’algú
The accident was not my fault.
something that is wrong with something
defecte
The car has a serious design fault.
something that is wrong with someone’s character
defecte
He has many faults, but laziness isn’t one of them.
be at fault to be responsible for something bad that has happened
tenir(-ne) la culpa
I was at fault and I would like to apologize. The judge found the driver to be at fault for the accident.
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