Definition of error-prone in English:

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Tending to make or cause errors: a complex and error-prone process
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  • He should not be surprised that the human beings who run the church are still error-prone - a characteristic of all human beings.
  • The processes under which election officers and inspectors operate are error-prone and unnecessarily laborious.
  • He told me that his journey in this field started with his own error-prone absentmindedness.

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Syllabification: er·ror-prone

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