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One of the great things about an autumn stroll is that almost anything casual goes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Casual workers walk into a mail centre and no one asks for identification. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Her casual attitude towards marriage is both shocking and immoral. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The only thing she envied the men was their casual clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was at the same time a highly polished and determinedly casual affair. Times, Sunday Times (2011)None of these looks is meant to be anything other than casual and fun. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Has this casual attitude in fact become common practice? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The more casual fan may wish to wait for the film. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The call was to wear smart but casual clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They included casual and agency workers. The Sun (2012)But for the casual viewer, this would be the episode to watch. Times, Sunday Times (2007)National park status won't make a huge difference to the area for the casual visitor. The Sun (2010)One casual, vain glance at the bathroom mirror unbalanced me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Casual visitors should have absolutely no problems with any of the various Italian police forces. Umbria - the green heart of Italy (1989) Wearing casual clothes was acceptable when a hotel visit was planned before official meetings began, she added. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I just like to be casual and wear my jeans and trainers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This was hardly a typical colonial outcome, as a casual glance at the racial demographics of other settler societies easily confirms. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)
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British English: casual /ˈkæʒjʊəl/ ADJECTIVE
If you are casual, you are relaxed and not very concerned about what is happening.
It's difficult for me to be casual about anything.
- American English: casual
- Arabic: مُسْتَرِيح
- Brazilian Portuguese: casual
- Chinese: 随便的
- Croatian: ležeran
- Czech: nonšalantní
- Danish: afslappet
- Dutch: achteloos
- European Spanish: despreocupado ropa
- Finnish: satunnainen
- French: informel
- German: gleichgültig
- Greek: ανέμελος
- Italian: noncurante
- Japanese: 偶然の
- Korean: 무심한
- Norwegian: skjødesløs
- Polish: niedbały
- European Portuguese: casual
- Romanian: nepăsător
- Russian: легкомысленный
- Spanish: informal
- Swedish: ledig
- Thai: ไม่จริงจัง
- Turkish: umursamaz
- Ukrainian: легковажний
- Vietnamese: hững hờ
Definition of casual from the Collins English Dictionary
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