malfunction

[ mal-fuhngk-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF malfunction

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There was some malfunction, but—we like to say that he simply gave up.

The malfunction was definitely in the auxiliary motor setup, he thought.

Naturally—it would have to follow its own solution, if there was no indication of malfunction.

If it's just a malfunction in one of the units, I can dump another one down there.

Such conditions might cause the ignition system of a gasoline engine to malfunction.

It sounds as though he was a willing worker, but I still can't see why his malfunction makes our marriage impossible.

But this one has to have a clip in order not to malfunction?

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