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fault

noun
 
 
/fɔːlt/
sb's fault B1 If something bad that has happened is someone's fault, they are responsible for it.
чья-либо вина
She believes it was the doctor's fault that Peter died.Guilty
at fault B2 responsible for something bad that has happened
виноватый
I was at fault and I would like to apologize.Faults and mistakesGuilty
B2 [C] something that is wrong with something or with someone's character
дефект, недостаток
The car has a serious design fault.Faults and mistakes
find fault with sb/sth to criticize someone or something, especially without good reasons
придираться к кому-либо/чему-либо
Disapproving and criticizingDamaging reputation
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