English → English - faulty

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adj. defective, flawed; damaged

English → Spanish - faulty

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adj. defectuoso, defectible, defectivo, deficiente, fallido, imperfecto

English → French - faulty

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adj. défectueux, imparfait; incorrect; abîmé

English → German - faulty

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adj. fehlerhaft, mangelhaft; verdorben

English → Indonesian - faulty

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a. cacat, cacad, salah

English → Italian - faulty

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agg. difettoso, imperfetto; di cui non ci si può fidare; scorretto

English → Polish - faulty

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a. wadliwy, brakowy, nieprawidłowy, błędny, mylny, nieścisły, kulawy {przen.}, niedoskonały, ułomny, niepoprawny

English → Portuguese - faulty

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adj. falho, faltoso, defeituoso; estragado

English → Romanian - faulty

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a. defect: cu defecte, greşeală: cu greşeli, greşit, defectuos, imperfect, vinovat, păcătos

English → Russian - faulty

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прил. наделенный недостатками, несовершенный, неправильный, ошибочный, испорченный, поврежденный, неисправный

English → Turkish - faulty

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s. kusurlu, hatalı, arızalı, bozuk

English → Ukrainian - faulty

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a. помилковий, хибний, недосконалий, пошкоджений

English → Dutch - faulty

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bn. gebrekkig, onvolledig; kapot

English → Greek - faulty

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επίθ. ελαττωματικός, σκάρτος

English → Arabic - faulty

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‏ناقص، ذو عيوب، ذو أخطاء، خاطئ، مختل‏
‏على نحو ناقص‏

English → Chinese - faulty

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(形) 有过失的; 不完美的; 有缺点的

English → Chinese - faulty

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(形) 有過失的; 不完美的; 有缺點的

English → Hindi - faulty

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a. अपराधी, दोषयुक्त

English → Japanese - faulty

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(形) 欠点のある, 欠陥のある

English → Korean - faulty

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형. 결점이 있는, 흠이 있는; 손상된

English → Vietnamese - faulty

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a. không hoàn toàn, có khuyết điểm, sai lầm

Definition of faulty

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Adjective
1. Having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.
They replaced the faulty wiring and it has worked fine ever since.
I don't think you can infer that from the premise. It's a faulty argument.
2. At fault, to blame; guilty.
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