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casual
adjective
1 happening by chance.
2 careless; showing no particular interest or concern.
3 without serious intention or commitment casual sex .
4 said of clothes: informal.
5 said of work, etc: occasional; not permanent or regular.
noun
1 an occasional worker.
2 (usu casuals) clothes suitable for informal wear.
3 (usu casuals) Brit colloq a young male, often one dressed in informal yet expensive clothes, and associated with violent behaviour especially at football grounds.
[14c: from French casuel , from Latin casualis accidental, from casus event, from cadere to fall]
casually adverb .
casualness noun .


casualty
noun (casualties )
1 someone killed or hurt in an accident or war.
2 the casualty department of a hospital.
3 something that is lost, destroyed, sacrificed, etc.


casualty department or casualty ward
noun the part of a hospital where people involved in accidents, etc are treated.


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