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’cause

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Pronunciation: /kɒz
 
, kəz/

Definition of ’cause in English:

conjunction

informal
Short for because.
Example sentences
  • ‘Don't call me Bush! ‘he hollers, ‘'cause I'll sue you for this car!‘
  • He was going to kill himself, ‘'cause I thought I just killed my mother.‘
  • You'll be the first one gone,’ Brad responds, ‘'cause we'll all immediately gang up on you.’

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