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Hello everyone!

I have a question related to the exact meaning of the sentence...

"The police are intirely at fault"

Of course,"be at fault" has a number of meanings,but in this case,what does it convey?

Thanks in advance!

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anonymousOf course,"be at fault" has a number of meanings

Really? What are all those meanings?

All I see in the three dictionaries I checked are

in the wrong; responsible; deserving blame

Those are synonymous definitions, and they are appropriate for your sentence.

(entirely)

CJ