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Translation of "cause" - English-Spanish dictionary

cause

verb   /kɔːz/ ( present participle causing, past tense and past participle caused)
to make something happen, especially something bad causar What caused the fire?
noun   /kɔːz/
someone or something that makes something happen causa They still don’t know the cause of the accident.
[no plural] a reason to feel something motivo There is no cause for alarm.
a reason for doing something, especially one that involves helping other people causa The money will go to charity – it’s a good cause.
(Definition of cause from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cause

noun /koːz/
something or someone that produces an effect or result causa Having no money is the cause of all my misery.
a reason for an action; a motive razón, motivo You had no cause to treat your wife so badly.
an aim or concern for which an individual or group works causa cancer research and other deserving causes We took this decision in the cause of peace.
(Definition of cause from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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