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Noun
Legal proceedings
“Lawyers for the plaintiffs have written to the judge suggesting that he step down from the case.”
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Suitcases and bags containing personal belongings packed for travelling
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The facts
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Difficult or tangled situations
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Topics in dispute, or up for debate
“This has been an incredibly tough case to crack.”
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Subjects referred to in speech or writing
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Plural for a container designed to hold or protect something
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“You'd best place your glasses into its case to protect it while you're traveling.”
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Plural for an item of luggage
“The building did not have an elevator, and I was forced to lug my heavy case up the four flights of stairs.”
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Plural for a cabinet or cupboard
“His collection of crystal artifacts sparkled in the display case.”
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Plural for a box containing twelve bottles of wine or other drink, sold as a unit
“A case of beer, a case of wine, and six bottles of Wild Turkey were disposed of in merciless fashion.”
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Plural for the situation or state of affairs
“If it is the case that the investment appears to be high-risk, I would suggest you put your money elsewhere.”
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Plural for a single instance or example of something
“Whether this was a case of poor finishing or inspired goalkeeping is open to debate.”
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Plural for something that is real or actually exists
“She did not believe it until I showed her evidence that it was really the case.”
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Plural for a set of facts or arguments supporting one side of a debate or controversy
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“Every party shall have the right to present their case by oral or documentary evidence.”
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Plural for a particular event or circumstance
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“A rereading of the concise rule of law should enable you to go over the underlying legal concept in your mind, how it was applied in that particular case.”
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Plural for a crime under official investigation by the police
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“Several officers are working on the case, and an incident room has been set up at York.”
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Plural for a piece of work, specifically defined within a profession
“The department's best engineer was quickly assigned to the important case.”
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Plural for a sudden experience of a physical or mental condition or disorder
“After splurging on the handbag, I immediately suffered a case of buyer's remorse.”
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Plural for an person suffering, or struck by, a disease, injury, or problem
“He was a critical case that was given immediate attention by the hospital.”
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Plural for any of the forms of a noun, adjective, or pronoun that express the semantic relation of the word to other words in the sentence
“The genitive, or possessive, case is the only noun case in English that requires a spelling change.”
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Plural for a person of unconventional and slightly strange views or behavior
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Plural for dilemma, difficulty
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Plural for the particular design of some type, font, or a font family
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Plural for a wallet or billfold (for holding banknotes)
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Plural for denoting a strong feeling of emotional attachment
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Plural for the state of being illegal or against the law
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Plural for a playful, extrovert person
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Plural for a specimen taken for scientific testing or analysis
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Plural for summary
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Plural for consumption with belief, desire
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Plural for inference based on reasoning from given propositions
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Plural for a bag or pouch inside a plant or animal that typically contains a fluid
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Plural for a complaint or protest over something believed to be wrong or unfair
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Plural for evidence or argument establishing a fact or the truth of a statement
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Plural for a small bag used by a woman to carry everyday personal items
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Plural for something which has been proven, or agreed upon, to be true
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Plural for a document, typically containing information, data, or a record of things
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Plural for the principal aspect or dimension of something
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Plural for a small individual part of something larger
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Plural for a rack, base, or piece of furniture for holding, supporting, or displaying something
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Plural for a cavity in a plant, animal body, or organ
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Plural for a place from which to keep watch or view the landscape
Verb
To examine something in detail, especially a place or location
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“Sid would case the joint to figure out who had used the cover of darkness to commit the perfect crime.”
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To surround in a material or substance
“The machine will then case the capacitor in a suitable synthetic resin.”
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To put or place in a box
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To see or notice
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To move or go in a furtive or stealthy way
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To provide or enclose with a frame
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To impart information or knowledge
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