Traducción de defective en español:


defectuoso, adj.

Pronunciación /dəˈfɛktɪv/ /dɪˈfɛktɪv/

Ver definición en español de defectuoso


  • 1

    (material/mechanism/hearing) defectuoso
    your method must be defective if it doesn't work tu método tiene que tener algún defecto si no funciona
    • he's mentally defective es (un) deficiente mental
    • The legislation, according to its critics, would have provided legal loopholes for those responsible for defective products, faulty construction and even criminal acts.
    • Some buses examined by inspectors in the last year have been found to have defective steering, faulty brakes or even bald tyres.
    • The list of faults included defective tyres, faulty brakes and defective steering.
    • Hundreds of injuries, and some deaths, were linked to such devices as defective heart valves, faulty pacemakers, and substandard intrauterine devices.
    • 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.
    • Summonses totalling R416000 have been served on drivers whose vehicles were found to have defects which included smooth tyres, defective brakes and faulty lights.
    • Plato regarded the world of pure mathematical ideas as alone worthy of study; if physical objects did not conform to it, so much the worse for them, because they were defective and imperfect anyway.
    • Relaxation is one of the treatments for defective vision.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • The patient said that as a young man he had used the Bates method for improving defective vision.
    • Careless driving includes using a mobile phone while driving, driving without care or attention or with broken or defective lights.
    • My idea was to get a bunch of cheap wallets and fill my bag with junk, like defective cameras and broken portable CD players.
    • 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.
    • These problems are associated with defective binocular vision and a comparable difficulty in locating sounds, due to abnormally-arranged nerve pathways from the eyes and inner ears to the brain.
    • Apple packing houses currently rely on digital camera imagery to sort apples by surface appearance only, flagging those that are visibly defective or the wrong size or color.
    • He didn't smoke, and he jogged and worked out and ate right, but he had a defective heart - the wrong number of valves or something.
    • Weak or defective spaces in the organs or tissues are where a pathological condition is likely to begin.
    • There is some validity in their argument, because if our understanding is inherently imperfect, regulations are bound to be defective.
    • 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.
  • 2

    (verb) defectivo