casual definition

  • adjective:
    • Occurring by chance. See Synonyms at opportunity.
    • Occurring at unusual or infrequent intervals; periodic: casual employment at a factory; a laid-back correspondence with a former teacher.
    • Unpremeditated; offhand: an informal comment.
    • Being without service or formality; calm: a laid-back night with pals.
    • suited to each day use or use; informal.
    • maybe not really serious or thorough; trivial: a laid-back examination.
    • Showing small interest or issue; nonchalant: a laid-back neglect for cold weather.
    • Lenient; permissive: a laid-back attitude toward drugs.
    • perhaps not close or intimate; moving: a laid-back acquaintance with avant-garde songs.
    • Happening by chance.
    • Coming without regularity; periodic or incidental.
    • Employed irregularly
    • Careless.
    • Happening or visiting pass without design.
    • Informal, relaxed.
    • made for casual usage.
    • Happening or visiting pass without design, and without getting foreseen or anticipated; accidental; fortuitous; coming by chance.
    • Coming without regularity; periodic; incidental.
    • occurring or showing up or designated by opportunity
    • all-natural and unstudied
    • hasty and without awareness of detail; maybe not thorough
    • perhaps not showing work or strain
    • characterized by a feeling of irresponsibility
    • happening from time to time
    • without or appearing is without plan or technique; offhand
    • suitable for ordinary or routine events
    • marked by blithe unconcern
  • noun:
    • the one that serves or appears at unusual periods, specially a short-term employee.
    • Casualwear: delivered my casuals to your cleansers.
    • A soldier temporarily mounted on a unit while waiting for permanent assignment.
    • A worker who is only working for an organization sporadically, never as its permanent employee.
    • A soldier briefly at someplace of task, typically en route to some other host to responsibility.
    • an associate of a team of baseball hooligans just who wear expensive fashion designer clothes in order to avoid authorities interest; see Casual (subculture).
    • One who receives relief for per night in a parish to which he does not belong; a vagrant.
    • one that receives relief for per night in a parish to which he doesn't belong; a vagrant.
    • somebody who obtains relief and protection for one night at the most in a workhouse or police-station, or just who gets therapy in a hospital for an accidental injury.
    • A laborer or an artisan used just irregularly.
  • others:
    • Happening or coming to pass without (noticeable) cause, without design for the broker, in an unaccountable manner, or as a mere coincidence or accident; coming by chance; accidental; fortuitous; indeterminate: since, a laid-back encounter.
    • periodic; coming at unsure times, or without regularity, in difference from stated or regular; incidental: since, informal expenses.

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