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  • 121deficiency — n. 1. Want, lack, defectiveness, insufficiency, scantiness, shortness, meagreness, dearth, scarcity, shortage, deficit. 2. Failing, failure, frailty, infirmity, imperfection, foible, fault, error, weakness, weak side, blind side …

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  • 122failure — n. 1. Deficiency, defectiveness, shortcoming. 2. Omission, neglect, fail, non performance, non observance. 3. Miscarriage, botch, abortion, ill success, flash in the pan, labor for one s pains, losing game, wild goose chase, sleeveless errand. 4 …

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  • 123imperfection — n. 1. Defectiveness, faultiness, incompleteness, want of perfection. 2. Defect, lack, fault, blemish, stain. 3. Weakness, frailty, liability to err, limitation. 4. Weakness, frailty, foible, failing, vice …

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  • 124inadequacy — n. 1. Insufficiency, inadequateness. 2. Incompleteness, defectiveness, imperfection …

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  • 125insufficiency — n. Inadequateness, inadequacy, incompetence, deficiency, lack, defectiveness, dearth …

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  • 126lack — I. v. a. Want, need, be in want of, be in need of, be destitute of, be without. II. v. n. 1. Be in want. 2. Be wanting. III. n. Need, deficiency, destitution, want, scantiness, insufficiency, scarcity, dearth, default, defectiveness, shortness,… …

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  • 127want — I. n. 1. Deficiency, absence, lack, dearth, default, defect. 2. Inadequacy, scarcity, scarceness, scantiness, meagreness, shortness, defectiveness, failure, insufficiency, deficiency, paucity, poverty. 3. Need, necessity, requirement, desideratum …

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  • 128defective — adjective 1 not made properly, or not working properly: defective components 2 technical defective verb a verb such as must or can that cannot be used in all the forms that a verb can usually be used in defectively adverb defectiveness noun (U) …

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  • 129defect — 1 *lack, want, dearth, absence, privation Analogous words: deficiency, defectiveness (see corresponding adjectives at DEFICIENT): *need, necessity, exigency 2 flaw, *blemish Analogous words: *fault …

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  • 130imbecility — n 1. feeble mindedness, mental defectiveness, mental retardation, incompetency, dullness, Psychiatry. amentia; feebleness, weakness, incapability, unfitness, ineptitude, disability. 2. silliness, absurdity, fatuity, foolishness, asininity,… …

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  • 131imperfection — n 1. defect, flaw, fault, blemish; snag, catch, tear, rent, run, Chiefly Brit. ladder; cut, scratch, crack, break; spot, taint, stain; deformity, disfigurement, malformation. 2. imperfectness, defectiveness, faultiness, weakness, infirmity,… …

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  • 132incorrectness — n 1. inaccuracy, inaccurateness, inexactness, inexactitude, imprecision, impreciseness; falseness, falsehood, fallaciousness, untruth, untrueness; erroneousness, mistakenness, wrongness. 2. impropriety, unbecomingness, unseemliness, indec… …

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  • 133insufficiency — n 1. deficiency, inadequacy, inade quateness, insufficience, insufficientness; scarcity, dearth, exiguity, paucity, scantiness, scantness, mea gerness, none to spare, stint, lack, want, short supply, need, wantage; falling short, shortcoming,… …

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  • 134lack — n 1. want, deficiency, deprivation, need; absence, nonexistence, emptiness, void, vacancy; something missing, missing ingredient or link; omission, gap, hole, break, discontinuity, interval, deletion, hiatus, lacuna. 2. shortcoming, inadequacy,… …

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  • 135defective — /dəˈfɛktɪv / (say duh fektiv) adjective 1. having a defect; faulty; imperfect. 2. Psychology characterised by subnormal intelligence or behaviour. 3. Grammar (of an inflected word or its inflection) lacking one or more of the inflected forms… …

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  • 136inadequacy — [n] shortage, defect, inability blemish, dearth, defalcation, defectiveness, deficiency, deficit, drawback, failing, faultiness, flaw, imperfection, inadequateness, inaptness, incapacity, incompetence, incompetency, incompleteness,… …

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  • 137shortfall — [n] deficit; imperfection arrears, default, defectiveness, deficiency, flaw, inadequacy, incompleteness, insufficience, insufficiency, in the hole*, in the red, lack, loss, red ink*, shortage, shortcoming, underage; concepts 230,335,646,671,718 …

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  • 138дефектность — — [http://slovarionline.ru/anglo russkiy slovar neftegazovoy promyishlennosti/] Тематики нефтегазовая промышленность EN defectiveness …

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  • 139defective — ► ADJECTIVE 1) imperfect or faulty. 2) lacking or deficient. DERIVATIVES defectively adverb defectiveness noun …

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  • 140defectively — defective ► ADJECTIVE 1) imperfect or faulty. 2) lacking or deficient. DERIVATIVES defectively adverb defectiveness noun …

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