- What is another name for a fault?
- What are the 5 major fault lines in the Philippines?
- What is the biggest fault line in the Philippines?
- Where is the safest place in the Philippines?
- What’s the meaning of culpability?
- What is the big one in the Philippines?
- What is a fault finder?
- What does the term to a fault mean?
- Is fault and break similar?
- What’s the opposite of a fault?
What is another name for a fault?
Some common synonyms of fault are failing, foible, frailty, and vice..
What are the 5 major fault lines in the Philippines?
There are five active fault lines in the country namely the Western Philippine Fault, the Eastern Philippine Fault, the South of Mindanao Fault, Central Philippine Fault and the Marikina/Valley Fault System.
What is the biggest fault line in the Philippines?
The 1,200-km-long Philippine fault zone (PFZ) is a major tectonic feature that transects the whole Philippine archipelago from northwestern Luzon to southeastern Mindanao.
Where is the safest place in the Philippines?
manila is as safe as any other western city with 10 million plus people, it has its bad areas but is generally safe. The only place in the philippines you should avoid is western mindanao around the zamboanga region, everywhere else is as safe anywhere these days………….
What’s the meaning of culpability?
Culpability is the quality of being culpable—deserving blame for a crime or wrongdoing. When someone is described as culpable for something, it means it’s their fault or that they are guilty of it. Culpability is the guilt or blame that a person deserves.
What is the big one in the Philippines?
The “Big One” is a worst-case scenario of a 7.2-magnitude earthquake from the West Valley Fault, a 100-kilometer fault that runs through six cities in Metro Manila and nearby provinces. A tsunami is also foreseen in the scenario set by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS).
What is a fault finder?
a person who habitually finds fault, complains, or objects, especially in a petty way.
What does the term to a fault mean?
Adverb. to a fault (not comparable) (idiomatic) To an excessive degree; extremely. I am trusting to a fault.
Is fault and break similar?
Fault noun – (geology) a crack in the earth’s crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other. Break is a synonym for fault. Sometimes you can use “Break” instead the word “Fault” as a noun or a verb.
What’s the opposite of a fault?
What is the opposite of fault?correctnessaccuracyfaultlessnessprecisionexactitudeexactnessprecisenessperfection