(adj.) = failing ; faulty ; defective ; flawed ; malfunctioning ; unsound ; glitchy . Ex: Rejuvenation of listless, stagnant, or failing library operations is possible through renewal methods dependent on strengthening the communication function. Ex: This would imply, given a 99.9 percent accuracy rate, that approximately 11 percent of all records would have at least one faulty access point!. Ex: The learning of these people is very defective, consisting only of morality, history, poetry and mathematics. Ex: Librarians should welcome this document, which is nonetheless considered flawed = Los bibliotecarios deberían acoger bien este documento, aunque se considera defectuoso. Ex: In the character of Emma, Austen combines a superiority complex with self-deception to depict a malfunctioning social hierarchy. Ex: This argument is unsound because it is invalid, regardless of whether the premises are actually true. Ex: Basically when playing PC games, sometimes I notice the graphics will get a bit glitchy and start flashing. ---- * artículo defectuoso = reject. * funcionamiento defectuoso = malfunction. * producto defectuoso = defective product ; reject. * tienda de artículos defectuosos = reject shop. * vestuario defectuoso = wardrobe malfunction.