defective definition

  • adjective:
    • Having a defect; faulty: a defective appliance.
    • Marked by subnormal structure, function, intelligence, or behavior: faulty address.
    • Grammar Lacking a number of of this inflected types typical for a specific sounding word, given that verb may in English.
    • Having more than one flaws.
    • lacking some kinds; e.g., having only one tense or becoming usable just inside 3rd individual.
    • Wanting in anything; incomplete; lacking a component; deficient; imperfect; defective; -- applied often to all-natural or moral qualities
    • Lacking a number of the usual forms of declension or conjugation.
    • markedly subnormal in construction or purpose or cleverness or behavior
    • having a defect
    • not working precisely
  • noun:
    • Offensive one that is literally or mentally deficient.
    • one considered to be flawed.
    • Anything that is flawed or with a lack of some value.
    • One who is lacking actually or psychologically.
    • A person who is described as some kind of special psychological, moral, or actual problem; especially, person who is deficient in one single or higher associated with physical sensory faculties or powers.
  • others:
    • Having problem or flaw of any kind; imperfect; partial; lacking; defective.
    • particularly In grammar, desiring some of the typical kinds of declension or conjugation: because, a defective noun or verb.

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