Cause

  • 61 Cause —     Définition de Cause     Le mot cause est utilisé dans des sens divers. Tout d abord dans le langage courant, il désigne l origine d un certain effet. Dans ce sens, la présence d un silex sur un chemin rural explique l éclatement du… …

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  • 62 CAUSE — (Roget s Thesaurus II) Index cause noun stimulus (2) verb exercise, get, provoke, urge, effect noun effect verb …

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  • 63 'cause — UK [kʌz] / US conjunction informal a way of writing because that shows how it sounds in informal speech We re really good friends, cause we ve known each other for years …

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  • 64 cause — nf., origine, principe ; auteur (ep. d une personne), responsable ; sujet, raison, motif, mobile, but ; partie, accusation ; parti, défense ; affaire, procès : KÔZA nf. (Albanais, Albertville, Annecy, Giettaz.215, Marthod, Montagny Bozel.026,… …

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  • 65 cause, u — To be the cause or occasion of; to effect as an agent; to bring about; to bring into existence; to make to induce; to compel …

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  • 66 cause, u — To be the cause or occasion of; to effect as an agent; to bring about; to bring into existence; to make to induce; to compel …

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  • 67 cause — see no one should be judge in his own cause …

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  • 68 'cause — conjunction Date: 15th century because …

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  • 69 'cause — /kawz, kuz/, unstressed /keuhz/, conj. Informal. because. [1400 50; late ME; aph. var.] * * * …

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  • 70 'cause — conjunction /kɔz,kɒz,kəz,kʌz/ because …

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  • 71 cause — That which produces an effect or condition; that by which a morbid change or disease is brought about. [L. causa] constitutional c. a c. acting from within or through some systemic process or inborn error. exciting c. the direct provoking c. of a …

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  • 72 'cause — Gullah Words because (See bekase ) …

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  • 73 CAUSE —    that which occasions or is the necessary condition to a given effect …

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  • 74 cause — caws …

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  • 75 cause — kɔːz n. factor, reason; principle, purpose; basis for a legal case v. make happen, bring about …

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  • 76 cause — Actions, omissions, events, conditions, or a combination thereof, which led to the accident or incident investigation (ICAO) …

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  • 77 CAUSE — causae …

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  • 78 cause — sauce …

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  • 79 cause n — gauze n …

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  • 80 'cause — conjunction informal because …

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