case

a property of words, primarily nouns, which varies according to their syntactic function. English distinguishes three cases of pronouns, one used for pronouns which are the subject of finite verbs ( he, I) one for possessive pronouns ( his, my) and one for pronouns elsewhere ( him, me). The case system of many other languages is much more extensive. ...

case

(from the article `linguistics`) ...of its various constituents and the way in which they relate to the context of utterance. A somewhat different but related aspect of functionalism ... [15 related articles]
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case

(kās) a particular instance of a disease or other problem; sometimes used incorrectly to designate the patient with the disease. index case the first case observed in a family or other defined group, which provides the stimulus for a genetic study; the affected individual is...
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Case

(n) Case is the definite issue, subject covered under a self sufficient boundary which can be dealt separately and independently for a decision, trial, opinion, handling etc. Eg. Legal case containing the dispute between two parties to be settled. Case of evidence, case for protest, brief case.
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case

[n] - a specific state of mind that is temporary 2. [n] - the quantity contained in a case 3. [n] - a person requiring professional services 4. [n] - an occurrence of something 5. [n] - a problem requiring investigation 6. [n] - a statement of facts and reasons used to support an argument 7. [n] - nouns or pronouns or...
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Case

• (n.) A box, sheath, or covering; as, a case for holding goods; a case for spectacles; the case of a watch; the case (capsule) of a cartridge; a case (cover) for a book. • (v. i.) To propose hypothetical cases. • (v. t.) To cover or protect with, or as with, a case; to inclose. • (n.) An inclosing frame; a casing; as, a door ca...
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case

slip 2 pillow slip noun bed linen consisting of a cover for a pillow; `the burglar carried his loot in a pillowcase`
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case

instance noun an occurrence of something; `it was a case of bad judgment`; `another instance occurred yesterday`; `but there is always the famous example of the Smiths`
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Case

[goods] A case of some merchandise is a collection of items packaged together. In the United States, typically a standard case contains a certain number of items depending on what the merchandise is. For consumer foodstuffs such as canned goods, soda, cereal and such, a case is typically 24 items, however cases may range from 12 to 36, typi...
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Case

[policy debate] In policy debate, a case, sometimes known as plan, is a textual advocacy presented by the affirmative team as a normative or `should` statement, generally in the 1AC. A case will often include either the resolution or a rephrasing of it. The case is the advocacy established by the affirmative in the First affirmative constru...
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Case

Case (kās) noun [ Old French casse , French caisse (cf. Italian cassa ), from Latin capsa chest, box, case, from capere to take, hold. See Capacious , and confer 4th Chase , Cash , Enchase , 3d Sash .] 1. A box, ...
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Case

Case intransitive verb To propose hypothetical cases. [ Obsolete] ' Casing upon the matter.' L'Estrange.
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Case

Case noun [ French cas , from Latin casus , from cadere to fall, to happen. Confer Chance .] 1. Chance; accident; hap; opportunity. [ Obsolete] « By aventure, or sort, or cas . Chaucer. » 2. That which befalls, comes, or happen...
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Case

Case transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cased ; present participle & verbal noun Casing .] 1. To cover or protect with, or as with, a case; to inclose. « The man who, cased in steel, had passed whole days ...
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case

1. An instance of disease with its attendant circumstances. ... Compare: patient. ... 2. A box or container. ... Origin: L. Casus, an occurrence ... Borderline case, a patient, whose clinical findings are suggestive, but not fully convincing, of a specific diagnosis. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Case

1. Covers and spine that, as a unit, enclose the pages of a casebound book.
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Case

A case describes a dispute taken to court. An appellate court decision published in a book of such decisions is also called a case and may be used as guidance or precedent by other courts. A person doing legal research will commonly say that he has to look up a case to see if its ruling on a point should be followed by other courts. The core legal ...
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Case

A case was a British measurement of annatto equivalent to about 2.25 hundred weight, in use during the 19th century.
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case

a conventional unit of sales for many items, varying with the item and over time. A case of wine, for example, is traditionally twelve 750-milliliter bottles. The word comes from the Latin capsa, a chest.
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Case

A single unit being studied, such as a person or organization. If 100 people in a congregation were surveyed, then the study contains 100 cases.
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CASE

Acronym for Computer Aided Software Engineering....
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Case

An action, suit or claim in a court of law. It can also mean the arguments put forward by parties in a court of law
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case

An inflection which indicates the relationship of a noun to other elements in a sentence, e.g. the dative in German which broadly indicates the beneficiary of an action: Sie hat ihm versprochen, nach Hause zu kommen. There are, however, many instances in which case requirements are not semantically motivated, e.g. gratulieren, imponieren with the d...
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Case

An unopened container, usually made of corrugated cardboard, containing merchandise as it was received from the vendor.
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CaSe

Calcium Selenide Molar mass: 119.038
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