casenoun

  • ja事件
  • ena suit or action in law or equity

Examples

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Face it, man.
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We are going to jail.
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We might as well start hiding razorblades under our tongues.
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Here, you can have one of mine.
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How long has that been in there?
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- Since grade school. - Yeah, that checks out.
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No one's going to jail.
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We're gonna work this case.
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And we're gonna find something.
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You're not gonna sit back and resign yourselves to your fates.
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You're gonna take action.
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A dating site?
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It's for a case.
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Wow, you are so taking this case.
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No, he's the client.
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A hot client.
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Hot only to a certain desperate kind of woman ⁠— who is not me ⁠— still prospective client.
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Well maybe you should sleep with the jury, too.
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Then we can win the case.
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Oh, wait. It's after 11.
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My interview!
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It's supposed to be on the news.
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An incredible conclusion to a terrifying day.
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And we were able to get a comment from the men who helped solve this case.
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They call us the Weiner Warriors.
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No!
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This case had no DNA, no fingerprints,
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no gunshot residue.
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I became outraged at how thin the evidence was.
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So here's the deal, you guys.
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I don't know if you know how the American legal system works.
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But if somebody sues you, you have to reply,
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or you just lose the case.
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And I don't have $800 million.
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I don't have any million dollars.
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This case is going to be very emotional.
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So at any point you find yourself getting a little overwhelmed,
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please step out of the courtroom,
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compose yourself, and then come back inside.
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The character Jess in 'Who We Are Now,' she's not like anything I've ever really played before.
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I mean, she's much more subdued than a lot of the characters I played.
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And what I really like is that the movie doesn't show these grand romantic court scenes of her winning a case
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but kind of like the mundane, day-to-day, sad things, that, you know, people in this profession have to deal with,
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and I thought that that was really interesting.

Other meanings for case...

casenoun

  • ja事例、場合
  • enan example or instance of some situation, event, problem, or condition
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Where's the actual head doctor guy?
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I wouldn't know. No one tells me anything.
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Well, I hope he can cure your serious case of being a bitch.
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Now that you’re on the brink of greatness...
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are there still limitations to what you’d be willing to sacrifice?
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In this case, a night alone with your husband.
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So there I was.
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I woke up with a heavy case of amnesia in the middle of nowhere.
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The only clue to my past is Harry's name and address inside this hat.
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You must have the worst case of brain freeze of all time.
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No, it's not too...
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A lot of our customers come in and go, "Is it really spicy?"
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Because a lot of cases when they say it's spicy, it's really not.
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But here we're spicy and we mean it.
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I have treated 7 cases of nausea this morning.
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And they all ate here last night.
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It's like you don't even care anymore!
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You know what?
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If that's the case then, Damian, maybe you and I should take a break!
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This isn't what we wanted printed on the signs.
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Whatever's on the order form, I print.
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In this case, it was a long string of letters and numbers.