Definitions of "fault"
  1. An action performed consciously and knowingly that is against the law
  2. The obligation being identified as the cause for harm or injury suffered by another due to an act or a failure to act
How to use "fault" in a sentence
  1. The court found that the fault for the accident rested with the driver who failed to stop at the red light.
  2. In civil law, the person at fault typically has to pay for any damages caused.
  3. Negligence is a type of fault where a person fails to act with reasonable care, resulting in damage to another.

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