In grammar, the different forms (inflections) taken by nouns, pronouns, and adjectives depending on their function in a sentence. English is a language with four inflections; most words have no more than two forms. For example, six pronouns have one form when they are the subject of the verb, and a different form when they are either objects of the verb or governed by a preposition. The six are: I/me, he/him, we/us, they/them, who/whom. In “I like cats”, I is the subject of the sentence. In “Cats hate me”, me is the object. Latin has 6 cases, and Hungarian more than 25.
1. A portable container for carrying several objects.
2. A glass container used to store and display items in a shop or museum or home; SYN. display case, showcase.
3. The quantity contained in a case; SYN. caseful.
4. A cover for a pillow; SYN. pillowcase, slip, pillow slip.
5. The actual state of things.
6. A specific state of mind that is temporary.
7. A problem (usually legal) requiring investigation.
8. A statement of facts and reasons used to support an argument.
9. An occurrence of something; SYN. instance, example.
10. Nouns or pronouns or adjectives (often marked by inflection) related in some way to other words in a sentence; SYN. grammatical case.
Kutijica za nakit (str.)
Putnički sanduk, kovčeg, skrinja; voj. u utvrđenjima: prolaz s obe strane utvrđenja zaštićen zameljanim nasipom koji vodi preko suvih rovova ili kroz brisani prostor ka spoljnim delovima utvrđenja.
Ono što je navučeno preko čega.
Ram za sliku.
1. Okvir na slici; đerđef; skorup; (nem.)
2. v. pod Rama.
Položaj u kojem se neko ili nešto nalazi, status.
1. To look over, usually with the intention to rob.
2. To put into a case; SYN. encase.