- v. present participle of malfunction.
- adj. not performing or able to perform its regular function
“Rupert Murdoch said that our traditional model is 'malfunctioning' - a classic understatement," Montgomery told today's”
“The first was having that other robot carry him to eliminate his heat trail, and the second was being identified as a malfunctioning robot.”
“Albuquerque city worker Gary Hoffman, sued Sandia Resort and Casino over what the tribe characterized as a malfunctioning slot machine that displayed a $1.6 million jackpot.”
“They believe the monitor was simply malfunctioning, which is a common problem underground.”
“Of course it was the monitor that was malfunctioning, which is an iffy thing to think about as one trudges back to bed and sleep.”
“Just this week one of those corporate uber-moguls, Rupert Murdoch, announced that his News Corporation will begin charging for content on his newspaper websites within a year in a direct answer to what he calls the current "malfunctioning" business model.”
“Even the most sophisticated models can suffer from flaws such as malfunctioning wheels, frames that bend out of shape, locking mechanisms that fail, safety belts that come loose, or buckles that break.”
“And it is happening right now, as you sit reading this, as each day brings in new reports of voters purged, machines "malfunctioning," ballots slyly misdesigned, and other measures meant to benefit McBush's party.”
“Even the most sophisticated models can suffer flaws such as malfunctioning wheels, frames that bend out of shape, locking mechanisms that fail, safety belts that come loose, or buckles that break.”
“According to InfoVoter Technologies and the Reform Institute, which are monitoring the hotline, voters in Chesapeake, VA are reporting mechanical problems, such as malfunctioning equipment.”
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After the school bully breaks your new yo-yo, you can use these words to describe it. All hail the carnage!
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