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  2. Default Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    Synonyms of default 1 : failure to do something required by duty or law : neglect 2 archaic : fault 3 economics : a failure to pay financial debts was in default on her loan mortgage defaults 4 a law : failure to appear at the required time in a legal proceeding The defendant is in default. b

  3. Default Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    failure to act; inaction or neglect: They lost their best client by sheer default. Finance. failure to meet financial obligations, as when a borrower misses or stops making monthly loan payments. SEE MORE verb (used without object) to fail in fulfilling or satisfying an engagement, claim, or obligation.

  4. DEFAULT | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    default noun (RESULT) [ U ] the thing that exists or happens if you do not change it intentionally by performing an action: Unless something else is agreed, the default is to meet at the hotel at 7.00 p.m. The computer will take 0 as the default value, unless you type in something different.

  5. Change default programs in Windows - Microsoft Support

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    Windows 11 Windows 10 Select Start > Settings > Apps > Default apps. To change the default app, you can do either of the following: Set a default for a file type or link type In the search bar, enter the file type or link type you want, then select it from the list of results. You can choose which app can open that file or link type.

  6. 46 Synonyms & Antonyms of DEFAULT - Merriam-Webster

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    46 Synonyms & Antonyms of DEFAULT | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus. Synonyms for DEFAULT: negligence, failure, neglect, delinquency, oversight, nonfeasance, dereliction, carelessness; Antonyms of DEFAULT: compliance, discharge, fulfillment, fulfilment, mind, remember, execute, heed. Synonyms for DEFAULT: negligence, failure, neglect, delinquency, oversight, nonfeasance, dereliction, carelessness; Antonyms of DEFAULT: compliance, discharge, fulfillment, fulfilment, mind, remember, execute, heed.

  7. Default - Definition, Meaning & Synonyms | Vocabulary.com

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    Definitions of default noun an option that is selected automatically unless an alternative is specified synonyms: default option see more noun loss due to not showing up “he lost the game by default ” see more noun loss resulting from failure of a debt to be paid synonyms: nonpayment, nonremittal see more noun

  8. 1. failure to act; inaction or neglect: They lost their best client by default. 2. failure to meet financial obligations. 3. failure to comply with a legal obligation. 4. Sports. failure to appear for or complete a match. 5. a preset value that a computer system assumes or an action that it takes unless otherwise instructed. v.t.

  9. Default Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary

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    Britannica Dictionary definition of DEFAULT. [no object] 1. : to fail to do something that legally must be done. especially : to fail to make the payments you must make on a loan, mortgage, etc. He defaulted on his loan (payments). If the borrower defaults, the bank can take the house. 2.

  10. What is Default? - Computer Hope

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    In general, a default is the option offered to you, which is either recommended or safe to choose if you're unsure. In computer operating systems and programs , the default option is chosen if you press Enter without making a selection.

  11. Default: What It Means, What Happens When You Default, Examples

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    Default is the failure to make required interest or principal repayments on a debt, whether that debt is a loan or a security. Individuals, businesses, and even countries can default on their...