defects is the plural form of defect.
defect
noun
1. (deficiency) 
The store replaced my TV because it had a defect.La tienda reemplazó mi tele porque tenía un defecto.
intransitive verb
2. (to abandon a side; often used with "from" and "to") 
a. desertar 
Smith decided to defect from the army and flee at the end of the war.Smith decidió desertar del ejército y escaparse cuando terminó la guerra.
The Russian dancer defected during the Cold War.El bailarín ruso desertó durante la Guerra Fría.
b. pasarse 
None of us expected Harry to defect to the opposing team.Nadie esperaba que Harry se pasara al equipo contrario.
defect
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el defecto (M) 
intransitive verb
2. (general) 
a. desertar 
to defect to another partypasarse a otro partido
defect
noun
[ˈdiːfekt] (gen) defecto (m); (mental) deficiencia (f)
moral defect defecto (m) moral
intransitive verb
[dɪˈfekt] (Pol) desertar;from de;to a
he defected to the USA desertó de su país para irse a los EE.UU.
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