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fault

noun [C] (CRACK)
裂缝
 
 
/fɒlt/ US  /fɑːlt/ specialized
a crack in the Earth's surface where the rock has divided into two parts which move against each other
(地表的)断层
Surveyors say the fault line is capable of generating a major earthquake once in a hundred years.
土地测量员称这种断层带能引发百年不遇的大地震。
Caves, cracks and crevices
Translations of “fault”
in Spanish culpa, defecto, tara…
in Arabic خَطأ, عَيب…
in Korean 결함, 단점…
in Portuguese defeito, avaria…
in French faute, défaut, faille…
in German die Schuld, der Fehler, die Verwerfung…
in Catalan defecte…
in Japanese 欠陥, 欠点…
in Russian дефект, недостаток…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裂縫, (地表的)斷層…
in Italian difetto, imperfezione…
in Turkish yanılgı, hata, kusur…
in Polish wada…
(Definition of fault noun (CRACK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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