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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    • This additional information makes security audits longer, more error-prone and also occupies a lot of disk space when archived.
    • The process is both error-prone and time consuming.
    • Means-tested programs are expensive to administer and error-prone.

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