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I couldn't phone you because I hadn't got your number.
It's a really useful book because it explains everything very clearly.
The hotel's difficult to find because the road isn't signposted.
'Why all this fuss about security?' 'Because it's important.'
He's always criticizing me – maybe it's because I'm a woman.
Stacey retired in 1987, partly because of ill health.
Because of the Asian crisis, the company's profits fell by 15% during 1997.
This is the British English definition of because. View American English definition of because.
someone who admires a famous person such as a political or religious leader and is influenced by...