[ d͡ʒɛnˈɛtɪk dˈiːfɛkt], [ dʒɛnˈɛtɪk dˈiːfɛkt], [ dʒ_ɛ_n_ˈɛ_t_ɪ_k d_ˈiː_f_ɛ_k_t]
How to use "Genetic defect" in context?
Most people know what a "defect" is. Defects are things that are wrong with an object or person, and they can be minor or major. Minor defects can be things like missing pieces of a puzzle, while major defects can be something like a birthmark that covers most of one's body.
In the medical world, a defect is also defined as a difference between the genetic information of an organism and what is considered normal. This difference can be caused by a variety of things, including genetics, environment, and disease.
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