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cases

noun , plural of case

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1 something that encloses another thing especially to protect it
  • those binoculars come with their own case
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2 a covered rectangular container for storing or transporting things
  • a handy little cosmetics case that matches the rest of her luggage
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cases

noun , plural of case

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1 an individual awaiting or under medical care and treatment
  • her doctor wishes that all of his cases were as cooperative as she is
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2 one of a group or collection that shows what the whole is like
  • this is a perfect case of people jumping to the wrong conclusion before all the facts are known
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3 something that actually exists
  • this has never been the case before
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4 a statement given to explain a belief or act
  • you'll get a chance to make your case, but unless you're very convincing, your request will be denied
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5 a sudden experiencing of a physical or mental disorder
  • a young boy suffering from a case of chicken pox
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6 something that might happen
  • it may be the case that the cause of the fire will forever remain a mystery
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7 something that requires thought and skill for resolution
  • that's a tough case to solve
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