Defect from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
defect from (something)
To leave some place, often under repressive conditions and when it is prohibited. I defected from my homeland after witnessing the atrocities carried out by the government.
defect from something
to run away from something; to forsake something. Thousands of soldiers defected from the army. Roger would never think of defecting from the armed services.
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Internal information consists of the minimum depth of the defect from
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