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Uncommon PluralizationPlay
While 'cases' can be the plural form, 'case' may also refer to multiple incidents collectively. SlideThe investigator solved the case involving several burglaries.
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Attention RequiredPlay
'Case' often suggests a need for investigation, action, or concern. SlideThe teacher took the bullying case very seriously.
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Neutral TonePlay
Using 'case' can convey objectivity and distance from the situation described. SlideThe report included a case of misconduct within the company.