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case2 a container for holding, carrying, or keeping safe.
cash money in the form of bills or coins, or payment in such form. [2 definitions]
cashew a tropical American evergreen tree. A gum used in medicine is obtained from the bark. [2 definitions]
cashier1 a person whose job is to take the money when a customer pays for something. [2 definitions]
cash machine a bank machine used for dispensing cash and other transactions.
cash register a business machine with a drawer that holds money. A cash register is used in places such as stores and restaurants to accept payments and give change. A cash register also keeps a record of money that goes in and out.
cask a large, strong barrel used for holding wine or other liquids
casket a box in which a dead person is buried; coffin.
Caspian Sea a large inland sea in Asia surrounded by the countries of Iran, Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan.
casserole a dish, often deep and covered, in which food can be baked and served. [2 definitions]
cassette a case with film, audio tape, or video tape inside. Cassettes make it easy to load a camera or recorder.
cast to throw or fling. [11 definitions]
castanet one of a pair of wooden or ivory instruments that are partly hollowed out. They are held in the hand and clicked together to the rhythms of Spanish dance music.
cast iron a mixture of iron and carbon, with other materials added to make it either hard and brittle or soft and strong.
castle a large, strong building where a noble lived with his family and servants. Many castles were built long ago to defend the people inside against attacks. [2 definitions]
casual happening by chance; not planned. [3 definitions]
casualty a person in the armed forces who is killed, wounded, or missing in action. [2 definitions]
cat1 a small, furry mammal with whiskers, short ears, and a long tail. Cats, also called house cats, are often kept as pets or to catch mice and rats. [2 definitions]
catalog an organized list of things such as book titles, goods for sale, or other items. Catalogs usually give a short description of each item on the list. [2 definitions]
catamaran a boat with two hulls joined side by side.
catapult an ancient weapon used to throw objects, such as large stones or arrows, at an enemy. [4 definitions]