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A fracture in the Earth's crust accompanied by a displacement of one side of the fracture.

A fracture in rock caused by stress.

A fracture separating two parts of a once continuous rock body with relative movement along the fault plane.

A geological structure consisting of a fracture in the rock, along which there has been an observable amount of displacement.

A crack or break in the crust of a planet along which slippage or movement can take place.

1. An accidental condition that causes a functional unit to fail to perform its required function. 2. A defect that causes a reproducible or catastrophic malfunction. Note: A malfunction is considered reproducible if it occurs consistently under the same circumstances. 3. In power systems, an unintentional short-circuit, or partial short-circuit, between energized conductors or between an energized conductor and ground. (188 )

A short circuit either line to line, or line to ground.

fault ault, n. 1. (elec.) a defective point in an electric circuit due to a crossing of the parts of the conductor, or to contact with another conductor or the earth, or to a break in the circuit. 2. (geol. & mining) a dislocation caused by a slipping of rock masses along a plane of facture; also, the dislocated structure resulting from such slipping.note: the surface along which the dislocated masses have moved is called thefault plane. when this plane is vertical, the fault is a   similar words(18) 

 dip fault  to find fault with  reverse fault  to find fault  fault plane  at fault  find fault  vertical fault  to a fault  inclined fault  strike fault  thrust fault  segmentation fault  page fault  to lay a fault misfortune etc at one`s door  oblique fault  overthrust fault  horizontal fault 

Noun1. responsibility for a bad situation or event; "it was john's fault" (hypernym) responsibility, responsibleness (derivation) blame2. (geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other; "they built it right over a geological fault" (synonym) geological fault, shift, fracture, break (hypernym) crack, cleft, crevice, fissure, scissure (hyponym) Denali fault (part-meronym) fault line (classification) geology3. the quality of being inadequate or falling short of perfection; "they discussed the merits and demerits of her novel"; "he knew his own faults much better than she did" (synonym) demerit (hypernym) worth4. a wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention; "he made a bad mistake"; "she was quick to point out my errors"; "I could understand his english in spite of his grammatical faults" (synonym) mistake, error (hypernym) nonaccomplishment, nonachievement (hyponym) blot, smear, smirch, spot, stain (derivation) blame5. an imperfection in a device or machine; "if there are any defects you should send it back to the manufacturer" (synonym) defect, flaw (hypernym) imperfection, imperfectness (hyponym) bug, glitch6. (sports) a serve that is illegal (e.g., that lands outside the prescribed area); "he served too many double faults" (hypernym) serve, service (hyponym) double fault (classification) tennis, lawn tennis7. (electronics) equipment failure attributable to some defect in a circuit (loose connection or insulation failure or short circuit etc.); "it took much longer to find the fault than to fix it" (hypernym) breakdown, equipment failure (classification) electronicsVerb1. put or pin the blame on (synonym) blame (hypernym) charge, accuse

n., milleán, locht (fault) m.v., cuir milleán ar

Bai = n. a fault, a vice

Cwl = n. a flagging; a fault; a box for raising coals

Dadfeio = v. to clear of fault

Ffael = n. a failing, a fault

Gorwall = n. extreme remissness; extreme fault

Nam = n. a mark, a maim, a fault; an exception

Rhyfai = n. an extreme fault

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weak points of a horse's conformation or character as a racehorse.

Fault may refer to:Fault (geology), planar rock fractures which show evidence of relative movementFault (technology), an abnormal condition or defect at the component, equipment, or sub-system level which may lead to a failureAn asymmetric fault or symmetric fault in an electric power systemFault (dog), in animal breeding, is a conformation point whose state or quality falls outside of the acceptable range for the attribute being judgedIn tennis, a "fault" could be either a foot fault or a service fault, where an aspect of the server's serve is not in line with the rules of the gameFault (legal), in criminal law, one must determine fault in a crime

the first of two serves does not fall in the appropriate service box. there's still another chance!

peccamen, vitium, culpa, macula, lapsus, erratum

crimen

missing piece, tear, clipped perforation, hole, scuff, thin spot, crease, toning, oxidation, stain, short perforation, etc. on a stamp.

fear of imperfection

a break in subsurface strata. often strata on one side of the fault line have been displaced (upward, downward, or laterally) relative to their original positions.

based divorce - a type of divorce to be granted if one member of the marriage is guilty of some kind of marital misconduct.

An improper act or omission which arises from ignorance, carelessness, or negligence. the act or omission must not have been meditated, and must have caused some injury to another.Faults or negligence are usually divided into gross, ordinary, and slight:    gross fault or neglect consists in not observing that care towards others which a least attentive person usually takes of his own affairs. such fault may, in some cases, afford a presumption of fraud and in very gross cases it approaches so near as to be almost undistinguishable from it, especially when the facts seem hardly consistent with an honest intention. but there may be a gross fault without fraud.    ordinary faults consist in the omission of that care which mankind generally pay to their own concerns; that is, the want of ordinary diligence.    A slight fault consists in the want of that care which very attentive persons take of their own affairs. this fault assimilates itself and, in some cases, is scarcely distinguishable from mere accident or want of foresight. this division has been adopted by common lawyers from the civil law.Different rules have been made as to the responsibilities of parties for their faults in relation to their contracts. E.G.:    In those contracts where the party derives no benefit from his undertaking he is answerable only for his gross faults.    In those contracts where the parties have a reciprocal interest, as in the contract of sale, they are responsible for ordinary neglect.    In those contracts where the party receives the only advantage, as in the case of loan for use, he is answerable for his slight fault.   This entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

(Geology) A fracture in rock along which movement can be demonstrated. A fracture in the earth's crust forming a boundary between rock masses that have shifted. faults may be classified as follows: (1) active Fault: A fault that has moved recently and which is likely to move again, usually defined as one that has shown movement within the last 11,000 years and can be expected to move again within the next 100 years; (2) potentially active Fault: A fault that moved within the quaternary period (i.e., within the last 2 million years) or a fault which, because it is judged to be capable of ground rupture or shaking, poses an unacceptable risk for a proposed project or structure; (3) historically active Fault: A fault active within the last 200 years; (4) inactive Fault: A fault which has shown no evidence of movement in recent geologic time and no potential for movement in the relatively near future.

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Word analysis of fault

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