Word: fault

Category: fault

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Related words: fault

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Synonyms: fault

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: fault

spanish
fallo, avería, defecto, error, equivocación, ...


german
defekt, fehler, irrtum, schnitzer, mangel, ...

french
panne, vice, démérite, tare, imperfection, ...

italian
colpa, difetto, sbaglio, fallo, errore

portuguese
erro, falta, falha, defeito, cevar

dutch
schuld, defect, dwaling, breuk, gebrek, ...

russian
оплошность, недостаток, ошибка, проступок, порок, ...

norwegian
mangel, feil, skyld, mistak

swedish
fel, brist, skuld, bock, villfarelse, ...

finnish
siirros, vika, siirtymä, virhe, epäkohta, ...

danish
fejltagelse, skyld, fejl, brist

czech
vada, porucha, omyl, nedostatek, poškození, ...

polish
wino, omyłka, karygodność, defekt, uszkodzenie, ...

hungarian
mulasztás, botlás, fogyatékosság

turkish
yanlışlık, hata, kusur

greek
φτιάξιμο, λάθος

ukrainian
дефект, помилка, провина, вина

albanian
faj, fajësoj, gambim

bulgarian
грешка

estonian
süü, eksitus, murrang

croatian
greška, kvar, nedostatak, pogreška

icelandic
galli

latin
vitium, crimen, erratum, culpa

lithuanian
klaida, trūkumas, kaltė

latvian
kļūda, trūkums, defekts, bojājums

romanian
defect, greşeală

slovenian
vina

slovak
vina, porucha, chyba

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The meaning and "use of": fault

noun
  • an unattractive or unsatisfactory feature, especially in a piece of work or in a person's character.
  • responsibility for an accident or misfortune.
  • an extended break in a body of rock, marked by the relative displacement and discontinuity of strata on either side of a particular surface.

verb
  • criticize for inadequacy or mistakes.
  • (of a rock formation) be broken by a fault or faults.

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