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The pathologist’s report established the cause of death as extensive chest injuries.
The major cause of these accidents is speeding by drivers.
Doctors are now recognizing stress as the underlying cause of many illnesses.
His departure was cause for celebration in the village.
The doctor’s report on the biopsy states that there is no cause for concern.
He wouldn’t have done it without good cause (=a good reason).
Campaigners hope that people will be sympathetic to their cause.
He has championed (=strongly supported) the cause of renewable energy since the mid-1970s.
Alison had cause to be pleased with the way things had turned out.
Judd’s father had good cause to be proud of him.
I have no cause to question his integrity.
This is the American English definition of cause. View British English definition of cause.