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fault

noun [C] (CRACK)
裂縫
 
 
/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)斷層
Surveyors say the fault line is capable of generating a major earthquake once in a hundred years.
土地測量員稱這個斷層帶能引發百年一遇的大地震。
Caves, cracks and crevices
(Definition of fault noun (CRACK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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