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This can be very helpful in detecting one possible cause of your symptoms. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Since then they have improved security and thrown out the odd person who has caused a problem. The Sun (2016)Our four good causes were picked to help those who deserve the most help. The Sun (2016)Tourists taking selfies and groups of laughing visitors have caused concern in the past. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Another reason why bosses with too much testosterone cause trouble is that their presence tends to lead to excessive board politics. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He needn't worry about that song causing a riot. The Sun (2016)If any of these hair-raising prospects had come to pass, there would be a cause for genuine alarm. The Sun (2016)When young people cause disturbances in public how often do us adults intervene? Times, Sunday Times (2008)It soon becomes apparent that there was no one single cause. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Too many language differences and the misunderstandings they bring can cause all kinds of accidents to happen. The Sun (2006)What factors are most likely to cause a pastor to be discouraged? Christianity Today (2000)Surely this tells us something about the cause of our problems. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The pattern of causes is obviously complex. Bee, Helen The Developing Child (7th edn.) (1995)They raced out to find the cause. Campbell, Eileen & Brennan, J. H. Dictionary of Mind, Body and Spirit (1994)And one possible answer is the biggest cause for concern. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They said that a postmortem examination would be needed to determine the cause of death. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is a genuine cause for concern and adds to the uncertain outlook. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The snow also caused extensive damage to trees that had just come into leaf. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They go on strike during the most vulnerable periods to cause as much disruption as possible. The Sun (2011)This is a common cause of bad breath. Chaitow, Leon Bad Breath (1994)They all selflessly cut loose for a good cause. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This association may or may not be one of cause and effect. McKenzie, James F. & Pinger, Robert R. An Introduction to Community Health (1995)Treatment of the elderly is a particular cause for concern. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Survival alone is not sufficient cause for celebration. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Some members of the liberal opposition are nervous about making common cause with the nationalists. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The disease spreads outward causing inflammation in the surrounding area. Holford, Patrick The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)Taking time to listen can turn a person who caused problems into a friend with love potential. The Sun (2014)

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Inglês Britânico: cause /kɔːz/ NOUN
event The cause of an event is the thing that makes it happen.
We still don't know the exact cause of the accident.
  • Inglês Americano: cause reason
  • Árabe: سَبَب
  • Português Brasileiro: causa
  • Chinês: 原因
  • Croata: uzrok
  • Tcheco: příčina
  • Dinamarquês: årsag
  • Holandês: reden oorzaak
  • Espanhol Europeu: causa
  • Finlandês: syy
  • Francês: cause
  • Alemão: Ursache
  • Grego: αιτία
  • Italiano: causa
  • Japonês: 理由
  • Coreano: 원인
  • Norueguês: grunn
  • Polonês: powód
  • Português Europeu: causa
  • Romeno: cauză
  • Russo: причина
  • Espanhol: causa razón
  • Sueco: orsak
  • Tailandês: สาเหตุ
  • Turco: neden
  • Ucraniano: причина
  • Vietnamita: nguyên do
Inglês Britânico: cause /kɔːz/ NOUN
aim A cause is an aim which a group of people supports or is fighting for.
...present-day supporters of the cause.
  • Inglês Americano: cause ideals
  • Árabe: قَضِيَّة
  • Português Brasileiro: causa
  • Chinês: 事业
  • Croata: cilj
  • Tcheco: věc
  • Dinamarquês: sag
  • Holandês: doel idealen
  • Espanhol Europeu: causa
  • Finlandês: asia kannatuksen kohde
  • Francês: cause
  • Alemão: Sache
  • Grego: σκοπός ιδανικό
  • Italiano: causa
  • Japonês: 大義
  • Coreano: 이상 이상적
  • Norueguês: sak
  • Polonês: motyw
  • Português Europeu: causa
  • Romeno: cauză
  • Russo: цель
  • Espanhol: causa ideales
  • Sueco: sak
  • Tailandês: เป้าหมาย
  • Turco: amaç
  • Ucraniano: справа
  • Vietnamita: sự nghiệp
Inglês Britânico: cause /kɔːz/ VERB
To cause something, usually something bad, means to make it happen.
Attempts to limit family size among some minorities are likely to cause problems.
  • Inglês Americano: cause
  • Árabe: يُسَبِّبُ
  • Português Brasileiro: causar
  • Chinês: 引起
  • Croata: prouzročiti
  • Tcheco: způsobit
  • Dinamarquês: forårsage
  • Holandês: veroorzaken
  • Espanhol Europeu: causar
  • Finlandês: aiheuttaa
  • Francês: causer
  • Alemão: verursachen
  • Grego: προκαλώ
  • Italiano: provocare
  • Japonês: 引き起こす
  • Coreano: 원인이 되다
  • Norueguês: forårsake
  • Polonês: spowodować
  • Português Europeu: causar
  • Romeno: a cauza
  • Russo: послужить причиной
  • Espanhol: causar
  • Sueco: orsaka
  • Tailandês: ทำให้เกิด
  • Turco: yol açmak
  • Ucraniano: спричиняти
  • Vietnamita: gây ra


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