1. case => cassette, cask, casket.
- cask (n.)
- mid-15c., from Middle French casque "cask; helmet," from Spanish casco "skull, cask, helmet," originally "potsherd," from cascar "to break up," from Vulgar Latin *quassicare, frequentative of Latin quassare "to shake, shatter" (see quash). The sense evolution is unclear.
- 1. I need a cask of wine and some apples.
- 2. The cask savours of the first fill.
- 3. He drew some cognac from the cask into a tin cannikin.
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- 4. The capacity of the mixing cask is about forty - one cubic feet.
- 5. They sell cider at 10 dollars a cask.
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