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at fault

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat faultat faultFAULT/BE somebody'S FAULTif someone is at fault, they are responsible for something bad that has happened The police said that the other driver was at fault. Some people claim that it is the UN that is at fault. fault
Examples from the Corpus
at faultThe accident report found both drivers at fault.
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