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case in English:

1. case case


This case is complicated.
That's a clear case of "water off a duck's back".
Can a case be made for late-term abortions?
A very unfortunate case came to our attention several years ago.
Our whole case hinges on whether the government's actions were constitutional or not.
The Democrats haven't decided on their candidates yet, but in any case they're sure to lose.
In any case, now I'm considering trying out some likely things.
Have you ever been a witness in a court case?
In any case I just want to make clear that the fact that these are not normal people.
In case the shipment is delayed, we have special delay insurance.
camera case
I wish my family would put DVDs back in their cases.
A more experienced lawyer would have dealt with the case in a different way.
You should stockpile necessary supplies in case of a big earthquake.
In the case of language, however, it is only the ability to talk and understand that we inherit genetically; the particular language or languages that we speak are passed on to us not by genetic transmission but by cultural transmission.