Adjective(1) having a defect(2) markedly subnormal in structure or function or intelligence or behavior(3) not working properly
(1) The patient said that as a young man he had used the Bates method for improving defective vision.(2) Responses to GIP have been shown to be defective in type 2 diabetic patients.(3) My idea was to get a bunch of cheap wallets and fill my bag with junk, like defective cameras and broken portable CD players.(4) A case study of cause-and-effect, it's also a yarn of dangerously defective brotherly love.(5) The study found 35,000 of the district's 50,000 street lights need to be replaced because they are defective or too old - more than 5,000 of them are over 40 years old.(6) There is some validity in their argument, because if our understanding is inherently imperfect, regulations are bound to be defective .(7) The list of faults included defective tyres, faulty brakes and defective steering.(8) Careless driving includes using a mobile phone while driving, driving without care or attention or with broken or defective lights.(9) Relaxation is one of the treatments for defective vision.(10) During a three-hour check of 59 Hackney carriages and private hire vehicles they found eight had defective tyres, while one had a faulty exhaust.(11) I think I spent most of my childhood under the impression that I just wasn't trying hard enough, or that perhaps my vision was somehow defective .(12) Summonses totalling R416000 have been served on drivers whose vehicles were found to have defects which included smooth tyres, defective brakes and faulty lights.(13) A genetic selection for mutants that activate this pathway uncovered a class of mutants defective in cell wall integrity.(14) Weak or defective spaces in the organs or tissues are where a pathological condition is likely to begin.(15) Our service and post-sales support is designed to replace faulty or defective products, and to provide training for the proper operation and configuration of network hardware.(16) We are talking about corporations which - thanks in part to their own defective strategic vision, in part to circumstances beyond their control - appear to have lost the plot.
(1) defective product :: oloa faaletonu
1. faulty ::
3. bad ::
1. impeccable ::
2. perfect ::
Different Formsdefective, defectively, defectiveness, defectives
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