How to Pronounce case?

Correct pronunciation for the word "case" is [kˈe͡ɪs], [kˈe‍ɪs], [k_ˈeɪ_s].

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"Case" in context

A case is an enclosure for an object, typically a box made of a durable material such as wood, metal or plastic. Cases are used to protect their contents from dust, dirt and other forms of damage, as well as providing added security. Commonly used cases include those for electronics, such as a laptop or phone, as well as jewellery, collectibles, and so on. Cases can also be used to safely transport such materials, with the option of displaying them if necessary. From models designed to transport fine items such as antiques, or even pictures, there are many ways in which cases can be used for protection and security purposes.

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