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My fault, due to my error; my bad.
Latin meā culpā through my fault meā feminine ablative of meus my culpā ablative of culpa fault
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From the Latin phrase meā culpā (“through my fault"), from mea (“my, mine") and culpa (“fault") in the ablative
I expect the newspaper to be issuing a mea culpa any day now for the startling inconsistencies in its most recent article.
The business president gathered all of his employees in order to issue a formal mea culpa regarding the company's mistakes.
Many of the banks involved in this situation have pleaded mea culpa.
The business's president gathered all of his employees in order to issue a formal mea culpa regarding the company's mistakes.
I must give a mea culpa to my parents before they will forgive me for my wrongdoing.
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