Defect [noun]

Definition of Defect:

blemish, imperfection

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Sentence/Example of Defect:

Under the law, defects or recalls that affect vehicle emissions equipment have to be reported to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Toyota settled a lengthy Justice Department civil probe into its delayed filing of emissions-related defect reports for $180 million, the government said Thursday.

On new windows, manufacturers offer warranties against cloudiness and other defects that stretch for many years, so it might be worth digging out the paperwork for your windows, if you still have it.

She has made a name for herself internationally with her work on reproductive defects.

In spite of this acknowledged defect, many of the best players in this country regard it as a legitimate and helpful device.

I supply Ne lak (defect) in hem, to make some sense; the F. text does not help here.

A note that is payable on a contingency is not negotiable, and the happening of the event does not cure the defect.

Even then, if the buyer has examined the goods and has discovered a defect, there is no warranty.

This reading means—'I knew in her no other defect'; which, as no defect has been mentioned, seems inconsistent.

Gallantry is a weakness of the heart, or perhaps a constitutional defect; coquetry is an irregularity of the mind.