What is the
difference between Causal and Causal?
What is the difference between Causal and Causal? :
Casual : (Adjective)
( 1 ) Happening by chance
I had a casual friendship with her.
He had a casual meeting with me.
( 2 ) Made or done without much care or though off hand
Your casual remark offended her.
( 3 ) Irresponsible
Showing little concern
Her attitude to her job is rather casual.
( 4 ) Not serious
Not methodical or thorough
I had a casual glance at the newspaper.
( 5 ) Not formal
For informal occasions
These clothes are for casual wear.
She wears casual clothes in bright colors.
( 6 ) Not permanent
He earns his living by causal labor.
Are you a casual journalist?
( 7 ) Slight
I have a casual acquaintance with that young lady.
Causal : (adjective)
( 1 ) Relating to cause and effect
There is a causal connection between hard-work and success.
( 2 ) In grammar, expressing or indicating a cause
Because is a causal conjunction.
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