because definition

  • conjunction:
    • because; since.
    • By and for the main cause that; with this account that; because.
    • As understood because; as inferred because; as determined because.
    • By or for the main cause that; with this account that; given that.
    • to ensure that; that.
    • given that; since.
    • By and for the reason that; about this account that; because.
    • As understood due to the fact; as inferred due to the fact; as determined because.
    • By or for the reason that; about this account that; because.
    • to ensure that; that.
  • adverb:
    • For the reason (that).
    • On account (of), for sake (of).
    • utilized alone to won't supply the full response a question begun with "why", usually taken as an ellipsis of "Because I stated so".
    • for reason (that).
    • On account (of), for sake (of).
    • utilized alone to refuse to provide a full response a concern begun with "why", frequently taken as an ellipsis of "Because I said so".
  • others:
    • By explanation (of); on account (of): accompanied by of.
    • For the sake (of); in order (to).
    • For the explanation (that); since.
    • towards end that; to ensure that.
    • Synonyms See since.
    • By reason (of); on account (of): followed closely by of.
    • for sake (of); in order (to).
    • When it comes to reason (that); since.
    • to your end that; in order that.
    • Synonyms See since.

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