English to Welsh Meaning :: fault

Fault :
- faifaultedfaultilyffawtioddi-fai

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Noun(1) a wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention(2) an imperfection in an object or machine(3) the quality of being inadequate or falling short of perfection(4) (geology(5) (electronics, loose connection or insulation failure or short circuit etc.(6) responsibility for a bad situation or event(7) (sports, e.g., that lands outside the prescribed area
Verb(1) put or pin the blame on

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(1) a fire caused by an electrical fault(2) If there is a fault in the computer power supply, or if the electric socket is wired incorrectly, the computer chassis can become live and give a fatal electric shock.(3) if books were not selling, it wasn't the fault of the publishers(4) Questions have also been raised over the possibility of a earthquake fault line nearby.(5) I cannot fault the arithmetic logic that as the population increases, so should the number of representatives in Parliament.(6) One can hardly fault them for not having foreseen this shift.(7) It's not their fault that the rules are archaic.(8) The problem, affecting 26 lights, was due to a circuit fault and was fixed by EDF Energy staff by September 30th.(9) We were beaten fair and square but I can't fault the lads for effort.(10) These 18 people died through no fault of their own.(11) Maybe it's my own fault for reading books that don't feature an elf or an alien on the cover.(12) While I can't fault her for professionalism, at the very least I would have expected a smile, or, really, any show of emotion at all.(13) I felt very emotional during the service, my lip trembling on several occasions, and I slipped into my usual fault of speaking softly when that happens.(14) The only fault in the character is one of writing, not acting.(15) The alarm was raised around 6.45 pm after an electrical fault caused the machine to ignite at the property in Hermes Way.(16) Still, we can hardly fault the school for its pessimism.
Related Words
(1) at fault ::
ar fai
1. defect ::
2. responsibility ::
3. misdeed ::
4. demerit ::
5. shift ::
6. error ::
7. find fault with ::
dod o hyd i fai gyda
8. blame ::
1. merit ::
2. virtue ::
Different Forms
fault, faulted, faultily, faulting, faultless, faults, faulty
Word Example from TV Shows

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What do you mean,
whose fault was that?

What do you mean, whose FAULT was that?

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4

Me? It\'s my fault?

Me? It's my FAULT?

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6

You have your own Meemaw. It\'s not
my fault she died when you were four.

You have your own Meemaw. It's not my FAULT she died when you were four.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 14

It\'s my fault, really.

It's my FAULT, really.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 7

- Well, whose fault was that?
- Complimentary nachos.

- Well, whose FAULT was that? - Complimentary nachos.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4

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