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1. Defect definition is - an imperfection or abnormality that impairs quality, function, or utility : shortcoming, flaw
2. How to use Defect in a sentence.
3. Defect synonyms, Defect pronunciation, Defect translation, English dictionary definition of Defect
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4. Defect definition, a shortcoming, fault, or imperfection: a Defect in an argument; a Defect in a machine
5. Synonyms & Antonyms of Defect (Entry 1 of 2) something that spoils the appearance or completeness of a thing the statue has a slight Defect on the base, so it's being sold at a discount
6. / ˈdiː.fekt / C1 a fault or problem in something or someone that spoils that thing or person or causes it, him, or her not to work correctly: All the company's aircraft have been grounded, after a Defect in the …
7. Under the law, Defects or recalls that affect vehicle emissions equipment have to be reported to the Environmental Protection Agency
8. Septal Defect a Defect in the cardiac septum resulting in an abnormal communication between opposite chambers of the heart
9. Common types are aortic septal Defect, atrial septal Defect, and ventricular septal Defect. See also congenital heart Defect.
10. It was a basic Defect in her character; a Defect in the china.
11. In Product Liability, a Defective product is one that cannot be used for the purposes intended or is made dangerous as a result of a flaw or imperfection
12. Such a Defect might exist in the entire design of a product or in the production of a particular individual product.
13. Defective Having one or more Defects. (grammar) lacking some forms; e.g., having only one tense or being usable only in the third person
14. A Defect is a physical, functional, or aesthetic attribute of a product or service that exhibits that the product or service failed to meet one of the desired specifications
15. Defect, Defects or Defected may also refer to: Examples
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16. Angular Defect, failure of some angles to add
17. The Defect is one of four playable characters in Slay the Spire
18. In a person, a Defect is an imperfection, which can manifest itself mentally or physically
19. If you are diagnosed with a heart Defect, you will have to seek the advice of specialists
20. A hearing Defect might leave your dad deaf in one ear.
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21. This small Defect [=flaw] greatly reduces the diamond's value
22. They examine their products for Defects
23. She was born with a heart Defect
24. A birth Defect [=a physical problem that someone is born with] [+] more examples [-] hide examples [+] Example sentences [-] Hide examples.
25. The definition of a Defect is an imperfection or lacking that causes the person or thing with the Defect to fall short of perfection
26. An example of a Defect is a genetic condition that causes weakness or death
27. An example of a Defect is faulty wiring that results in a product not working.
28. What is a Defect? A software bug arises when the expected result don't match with the actual results
29. Larry Allen Abshier, the first of six American soldiers to Defect to North Korea between the years 1962–1982
30. Benedict Arnold ‚ a colonial general who during the American Revolutionary War Defected to the British Army .
31. A genetic Defect see thesaurus at fault COLLOCATIONS ADJECTIVES/NOUN + Defect a serious Defect The movie has a few serious Defects
32. A major Defect (= very serious) They have found a major Defect in the program
33. A slight/minor Defect There are one or two minor Defects on the car’s paintwork
34. A physical Defect Doctors examined the baby and
35. Defect definition: A Defect is a fault or imperfection in a person or thing
36. Definition of Defect desert (a cause, a country or an army), often in order to join the opposing cause, country, or army; "If soldiers deserted Hitler's army, they were shot" a failing or deficiency; "that interpretation is an unfortunate Defect of our lack of information"
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37. The requirements documentation is a useful way to identify Defects
38. And, it may be tempting to define ‘Defect’ as ‘any software behavior that is not described by the requirements document.’
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39. Defect from (something) To leave some place, often under repressive conditions and when it is prohibited
40. I Defected from my homeland after witnessing the atrocities carried out by the government
41. See also: Defect Defect to (something) To leave some place, often under repressive conditions and when it is prohibited, and go to another place
42. Defect Density; Defect Detection Efficiency; Defect vs Bug
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43. Strictly speaking, a BUG is a deficiency in just the software but a Defect could be a deficiency in the software as well as any work product (Requirement Specification, for example)
44. You don’t say ‘There’s a bug in the Test Case’; you say ‘There’s a Defect in the Test Case.’
45. Defect [de´fekt] an imperfection, failure, or absence
46. Congenital heart Defect see congenital heart Defect
47. Aortic septal Defect see aortic septal Defect
48. Atrial septal Defect see atrial septal Defect
49. Filling Defect an interruption in the contour of the inner surface of stomach or intestine revealed by radiography, indicating excess tissue or
50. ‘the property is free from Defect’ ‘At the same time, our mind has the potential to become completely free of Defects and limitations.’ ‘Many suffer needlessly from eye Defects due top lack of …
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51. A Defect is a part of a transaction that eBay considers to have created a bad shopping experience for buyers.
52. A transaction can get a Defect in two ways
53. Defect (n.) early 15c., "want or lack of anything," especially lack of something essential to perfection or completeness, from Old French Defect and directly from Latin Defectus "failure, revolt, falling away," noun use of past participle of deficere "to fail, desert," from de "down, away" (see de-) + combining form of facere "to do, make" (from PIE root *dhe-"to set, put").
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54. Defect - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
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55. The transaction Defect report - opens in new window or tab provides details on any Defects you may have
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56. If the Defect you received can’t be removed automatically, you can appeal it if any of the following circumstances apply: The buyer opened the request by mistake
57. He has a congenital heart Defect
58. Congenital Defects occurred in 30% of babies born in areas where the weapons were used
59. The child had a mild heart Defect
60. There is evidence that air pollution can cause birth Defects
61. The drug is widely known to cause birth Defects
62. Over-breeding in pedigree dogs can cause major genetic Defects in puppies.
63. Pars interarticularis Defect (otherwise referred to as spondylolysis) represents a common cause of axial back pain in adolescents, especially in the case of young athletes
64. Definition of Defect: Any type of undesired result is a Defect
65. A Defective unit may have one or more Defects
66. “A Defect is a failure to conform to requirements” (Crosby, Quality Is Free), whether or not those requirements have been articulated or specified.
67. Defect life cycle, also known as Bug Life cycle is the journey of a Defect cycle, which a Defect goes through during its lifetime
68. The Defect allows oxygen-rich blood from the left ventricle to mix with oxygen-poor blood in the right ventricle
69. The Defect also may occur by itself or with other congenital heart Defects
70. This Defect allows oxygen-rich blood to leak into the oxygen-poor blood chambers in the heart
71. ASD is a Defect in the septum between the heart's two upper chambers (atria)
72. Serial Defect means a Defect, or other failure to perform as expected, affecting equipment (including subcomponents of equipment) incorporated in to the System, of the same make, model, or manufacturing lot as was incorporated into the System, which: (1) is the subject of a voluntary or involuntary recall notice by the equipment or subcomponent
73. Dictionary entry overview: What does Defect mean? • Defect (noun) The noun Defect has 4 senses:
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74. A mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body) Familiarity information: Defect used as a noun is uncommon
syn: defect, blemish, flaw refer to faults, both literal and figurative, that detract from perfection. defect is the general word for any kind of shortcoming, imperfection, or deficiency, whether hidden or visible: a birth defect; a defect in a plan.
noun a shortcoming, fault, or imperfection: a defect in an argument; a defect in a machine. lack or want, especially of something essential to perfection or completeness; deficiency: a defect in hearing. Also called crystal defect, lattice defect.
Legal Definition of defect. : something or a lack of something that results in incompleteness, inadequacy, or imperfection: as. a : a flaw in something (as a product) especially that creates an unreasonable risk of harm in its normal use — see also latent defect. b : an error or omission in a court document (as an indictment or pleading)
defective - Legal Definition. adj. Of a product or process, that it contains an error or flaw affecting performance; of a pleading or document, that it contains a shortcoming potentially causing its invalidity or leading to its dismissal.