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.
- An instance of something; an occurrence; an example: a case of mistaken identity. See Synonyms at example.
- An occurrence of a disease or disorder: a mild case of flu.
- A set of circumstances or a state of affairs; a situation: It may rain, in which case the hike will be canceled.
- Actual fact; reality: We suspected the walls were hollow, and this proved to be the case.
- A question or problem; a matter: It is simply a case of honor.
- A situation that requires investigation, especially by a formal or official body.
- Law An action or a suit or just grounds for an action.
- Law The facts or evidence offered in support of a claim.
- A set of reasons or supporting facts; an argument: presented a good case for changing the law.
- A person being assisted, treated, or studied, as by a physician, lawyer, or social worker.
- Informal A peculiar or eccentric person; a character.
- Linguistics In traditional grammar, a distinct form of a noun, pronoun, or modifier that is used to express one or more particular syntactic relationships to other words in a sentence.
- Linguistics In some varieties of generative grammar, the thematic or semantic role of a noun phrase as represented abstractly but not necessarily indicated overtly in surface structure. In such frameworks, nouns in English have Case even in the absence of inflectional case endings.
- in any case Regardless of what has occurred or will occur.
- in case If it happens that; if.
- in case As a precaution: took along an umbrella, just in case.
- in case of If there should happen to be: a number to call in case of emergency.
- off (someone's) case No longer nagging or urging someone to do something.
- on (someone's) case Persistently nagging or urging someone to do something.
- A container; a receptacle: a jewelry case; meat-filled cases of dough.
- A container with its contents.
- A decorative or protective covering or cover.
- A set or pair: a case of pistols.
- The frame or framework of a window, door, or stairway.
- The surface or outer layer of a metal alloy.
- Printing A shallow compartmented tray for storing type or type matrices.
- To put into or cover with a case; encase.
- Slang To examine carefully, as in planning a crime: cased the bank before robbing it.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
യഥാര്ത്ഥസ്ഥിതി - Yathaarththasthithi | Yatharthasthithi ;ഡപ്പി - Dappi ;വ്യവഹാരം - Vyavahaaram | Vyavaharam ;സ്ഥിതിക്കനുസൃതമായി - Sthithikkanusruthamaayi | Sthithikkanusruthamayi ;യഥാര്ത്സ്ഥി - Yathaarthsthi | Yatharthsthi ;സംഗതി - Samgathi ;