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< Middle English defaicte < Latin defectus (a failure, lack) < deficere (to fail, lack, literally 'undo'), pp. defectus < de- (priv.) + facere (to do).

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Singular
Defect

Plural
Defects

Defect (plural Defects)
  1. A fault or malfunction.

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Infinitive
to Defect

Third person singular
Defects

Simple past
Defected

Past participle
Defected

Present participle
Defecting

to Defect (third-person singular simple present Defects, present participle Defecting, simple past and past participle Defected)
  1. (intransitive) To abandon or turn against; to cease or change one's loyalty.

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