Definitions of "defect"
  1. A characteristic that makes something imperfect, incomplete, or not up to standard
  2. A flaw present in a product, posing a significant risk when the product is used as intended
  3. An oversight or mistake in a legal document, such as a pleading or indictment
  4. An imperfection or irregularity in the legal ownership history of a property that reduces its market value
How to use "defect" in a sentence
  1. The consumer returned the product after discovering a defect that made it unsafe to use.
  2. The lawyer spotted a defect in the legal document, thereby jeopardizing the case.
  3. Due to a defect in the title, the property's value on the market significantly decreased.

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