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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.
birinin yanlışı, hatası, kusuru, yanılgısı
She believes it was the doctor's fault that Peter died.Guilty
at fault B2 responsible for something bad that has happened
kabahatli, hatalı, kusurlu
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
yanılgı, hata, kusur, yanlış
The car has a serious design fault.Faults and mistakes
find fault with sb/sth to criticize someone or something, especially without good reasons
...den/dan yakınmak, şikayet etmek, eleştirmek
Disapproving and criticizingDamaging reputation
Translations of “fault”
in Korean 결함, 단점…
in Arabic خَطأ, عَيب…
in French faute, défaut, faille…
in Italian difetto, imperfezione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錯誤, 過錯,過失, 責任…
in Russian дефект, недостаток…
in Polish wada…
in Spanish culpa, defecto, tara…
in Portuguese defeito, avaria…
in German die Schuld, der Fehler, die Verwerfung…
in Catalan defecte…
in Japanese 欠陥, 欠点…
in Chinese (Simplified) 错误, 过错,过失, 责任…
(Definition of fault noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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