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cause  Verb
Plural: causes
  1. Translate "cause" to Spanish: causar, dar lugar a, ocasionar, provocar, acarrear, atraer, dar motivo a, dar pie a, hacer, inspirar, meter, motivar, originar, propiciar, determinar, irrogar, mover
    English Synonyms of "cause": bring about, bring on, provoke, bring forth, give rise to, induce, originate
    Define meaning of "cause": Cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner.; Give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally.
  2. Uric acid causes gout, El ácido úrico causa la gota.
    The ads induced me to buy a VCR.
    My children finally got me to buy a computer.
    My wife made me buy a new sofa.
    Cause a commotion.
    Make a stir.
    Cause an accident.

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  3. Translate "cause" to Spanish: producir, inducir, inferir
    English Synonyms of "cause": produce, inflict, bring about, induce, operate
    Define meaning of "cause": Give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally.
  4. Cause a commotion.
    Make a stir.
    Cause an accident.

  5. Translate "cause" to Spanish: causar, dar lugar a, dar pie a, tener como resultado
    English Synonyms of "cause": lead to
  6. She caused that to happen, Ella causó que eso ocurriese.

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cause  Noun
  1. Translate "cause" to Spanish: causa, factor, origen, razón, causal, causante, porqué
    English Synonyms of "cause": origin, source, beginning, circumstance, explanation, factor, motive, reason, genesis, root
    Define meaning of "cause": Any entity that causes events to happen.; Events that provide the generative force that is the origin of something.
  2. They are trying to determine the cause of the crash.

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  3. Translate "cause" to Spanish: causa, cruzada, misión
    English Synonyms of "cause": adventure, campaign, crusade, goal, quest, enterprise, escapade, exploit
    Define meaning of "cause": A series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end.
  4. He supported populist campaigns.
    They worked in the cause of world peace.
    The team was ready for a drive toward the pennant.
    The movement to end slavery.

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  5. Translate "cause" to Spanish: causa, motivo, ocasión
    English Synonyms of "cause": motive, reason, ground, motivator, reason for action, motivation, whys and wherefores
    Define meaning of "cause": A justification for something existing or happening. ; Events that provide the generative force that is the origin of something.
  6. He had no cause to complain.
    They had good reason to rejoice.
    They are trying to determine the cause of the crash.

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  7. Translate "cause" to Spanish: alegato
    English Synonyms of "cause": proposition, statement, barrister' brief, dissertation, plea, statement by a party in a legal proceeding with the intention of proving a claim, adduction, allegation, pleading, legal argument
    Define meaning of "cause": A comprehensive term for any proceeding in a court of law whereby an individual seeks a legal remedy.
  8. The family brought suit against the landlord.

Verb Conjugation for "cause"
Gerund: causing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "cause"
abandon cause
abandon one's cause
accidental cause
actionable cause
adequate cause
adjourned causes
advance a cause
advances causes
advocate a cause
agitate for a cause
approximate cause
assignable causes
attack the root causes of
be a cause for
be a lost cause
be cause for
be caused by
be caused to
be the cause of
calendar of causes
capacity to cause destruction
challenge for cause
chance cause
civil action from criminal cause
come together in a common cause
commit suicide for the good of the general cause
constitutional cause
criminal cause
damage one's own cause
death of a prisoner from natural causes
degeneration of the intervertebral cartilage due to age or other causes
direct cause
discoverable cause
disposition of causes
divorce for cause
drug or other agent that causes abortion
drug that causes constipation
due to outside causes
efficient cause
exciting cause
fear of the insects that cause itching
fervent follower of a cause
fight for a lost cause
final cause
fire cause
first cause
follower of a cause
for a good cause
for a justifiable cause
for cause
for good cause
for just cause
for that cause
for that very cause
for the same cause
formal and extensive defense of a belief or cause
from that cause
from that very cause
from what cause
from which cause
fungus which causes mycosis
gift cause mortis
give cause
give cause for
give cause to
good cause
hardening of the arteries by the sedimentation of lipids or other causes
imaginary perception without an exterior cause
immediate cause
in an equal cause
in good cause
intervening cause
irrational fear of the insects that cause itching
just cause
lacking a cause
leader of a cause
leading cause
legal cause
local cause
loss-payable cause
lost cause
main cause
make common cause
maritime cause
mediate cause
moving cause
nonjury cause
object of desire which causes torment
of unknown cause
of unknown pathologic cause
order by law not to cause trouble
order not to cause trouble
origin from an external cause
pass for cause
person committed to the cause
person or thing that ascends or causes ascension
person who is quite likely to cause damage
phobia of insects that cause itching
phobia to insects that cause itching
plead a cause
plead a cause for
predisposing cause
preferred causes
primary cause
probable cause
probable cause declaration
procuring cause
professional who investigates by inquest any death not due to natural causes
proximate cause
reflex in which lung insufflation stops inspiration and causes expiration
reflex that happens after a stimulus that causes it
regular causes
remote cause
root cause
rule to show cause
secondary cause
severance of cause
short cause
show cause
sinking cause
someone given prominence in a certain cause
something or someone that causes fear
specific cause
spokesman of a cause
spokesperson of a cause
substance that causes allergy
substance to cause vomiting
supervening cause
support a cause
tending to cause disagreement
tending to cause discord
that causes allergy
that causes gravitation
that will cause caries
the best way to solve a problem is to attack the cause of it
theory holding that all events are an inevitable consequence of precedent causes
theory holding that the will is not free but every human action is subject to causes
title of a cause
transfer of a cause
ultimate cause
unavoidable cause
unite together in a common cause
view that life has no purpose or final cause
which causes claustrophobia
which causes darkness
which causes discontent
which causes fever
which causes sensation
which causes sneezing
which causes sweating
which causes torture
which causes unrest
which causes vomiting
which does not cause any damage
which does not cause any harm
which doesn't cause any damage
which doesn't cause any harm
which will not cause drowsiness
wholehearted and disinterested commitment to a cause
with no apparent cause
without a cause
without a good cause
without any cause whatsoever
without apparent cause
without cause
without obvious external cause
worthy cause
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