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Singular
Default

Plural
Defaults

Default (plural Defaults)
  1. The condition of failing to meet an obligation.
    You may cure this default by paying the full amount within a week.
  2. A loss incurred by failing to compete.
    The team's three losses include one default.
  3. (computing) A value used when none has been given. Often used attributively, e.g., default value.
    If you don't specify a number of items, the default is 1.
  4. (law) The failure of a defendant to appear and answer a summons and complaint.

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Infinitive
to Default

Third person singular
Defaults

Simple past
Defaulted

Past participle
Defaulted

Present participle
Defaulting

to Default (third-person singular simple present Defaults, present participle Defaulting, simple past and past participle Defaulted)
  1. To fail to meet an obligation.
    You were required to make a payment on the first of the month. You have defaulted.
  2. To lose a competition by failing to compete.
    If you refuse to wear a proper uniform, you will not be allowed to compete and will default this match.
  3. (computing) To assume a value when none was given.
    If you don't specify a number of items, it defaults to 1.
  4. (law) To fail to appear and answer a summons and complaint.

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