[ tʊ ɐ fˈɒlt], [ tʊ ɐ fˈɒlt], [ t_ʊ ɐ f_ˈɒ_l_t]
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How to use "To a fault" in context?
In American English, "to a fault" is an idiomatic phrase meaning "excessively" or "without restraint". It is used informally to describe someone or something that is too perfect or too successful, or that does too much or too little. The phrase is often used in a negative way to suggest that the person or thing is causing problems.
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