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defect
dɪ'fɛkt [n]'diːfɛkt [v]dɪ'fɛkt
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body).
  2. A failing or deficiency.
  3. An imperfection in a bodily system.
  4. An imperfection in an object or machine.
(动) As a verb
  1. Desert (a cause, a country or an army) , often in order to join the opposing cause, country, or army.
Hyphenationde•fect
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
Matching Results
缺点quēdiǎnweak point; fault; shortcoming; disadvantage
欠缺qiànquēto be deficient in; lapse; deficiency
逃跑táopǎoto flee from something; to run away; to escape
背叛bèipànto betray
开小差kāi xiǎo chāito be absent-minded; to desert; to abscond from the army; absent without leave (AWOL)
不足的地方bùzú de dìfangdefect; disadvantage; drawback; unsatisfactory point
叛逃pàntáoto defect; to desert; to betray and flee
投诚tóuchéngto defect; to surrender; to capitulate
离贰lí'èrto defect; to be disloyal
叛变pànbiànto defect; to betray; to mutiny
缺陷quēxiàndefect; flaw; physical defect
叛党pàndǎngto betray one's party; to defect (from the communist party); renegade faction
投敌tóudíto go over to the enemy; to defect
缺损quēsǔndefective; defect
短处duǎnchùshortcoming; defect; fault; one's weak points
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