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  • casual — adjective 1 NOT CARING not caring or seeming not to care about something: His casual manner annoyed me. | Karla tried to sound casual, but her excitement was obvious. 2 CLOTHES casual clothes are comfortable clothes that you wear in informal… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • casual — [kazh′o͞o əl] adj. [ME & OFr casuel < LL casualis, by chance < L casus, chance, event: see CASE1] 1. happening by chance; not planned; incidental [a casual visit] 2. happening, active, etc. at irregular intervals; occasional [a casual… …   English World dictionary

  • casual — ► ADJECTIVE 1) relaxed and unconcerned. 2) showing insufficient care or forethought: a casual remark. 3) not regular or firmly established; occasional or temporary: casual jobs. 4) happening by chance; accidental. 5) informal. ► NOUN 1) …   English terms dictionary

  • Casual Friday — For the episode of The Office, see Casual Friday (The Office). For the Japanese government advocated movement, see Cool Biz campaign. Casual Friday along with dressing casually during the week became very prevalent during the Dot com bubble of… …   Wikipedia

  • Casual — In the European tradition, casual is the dress code which emphasizes comfort and personal expression over presentation and uniformity. It includes a very wide variety of costume, so it is perhaps better defined by what it isn t than what it is .… …   Wikipedia

  • casual — /ˈkæʒjuəl / (say kazhyoohuhl) adjective 1. happening by chance: a casual meeting; *first appointed to the Senate in 1997 to fill a casual vacancy but won his seat at the 1998 election –aap news, 2000. 2. unpremeditated; offhand; without any… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • casual — adj. & n. adj. 1 accidental; due to chance. 2 not regular or permanent; temporary, occasional (casual work; a casual affair). 3 a unconcerned, uninterested (was very casual about it). b made or done without great care or thought (a casual remark) …   Useful english dictionary

  • casual — [ kaʒjʊəl, zj ] adjective 1》 relaxed and unconcerned.     ↘made, done, or acting without much care or thought: a casual remark. 2》 not regular or firmly established.     ↘(of a worker) employed on a temporary or irregular basis.     ↘(of a sexual …   English new terms dictionary

  • Red Wing Shoes — is a footwear company that specializes in producing durable boots.Red Wing Shoes was founded by Charles H. Beckman in Red Wing, Minnesota in 1905. Within 10 years, the company had begun producing more than 200,000 pairs of boots per year, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Keds (shoes) — Keds is a brand of canvas shoe with rubber soles, introduced in 1916 by U.S. Rubber (later known as Uniroyal, then Uniroyal Goodrich, and finally acquired by Michelin), and now owned by the Stride Rite Corporation.NameWhen choosing a name, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Business casual — For the albums, see Business Casual (Beep Beep album) and Business Casual (Chromeo album). Western dress codes Formal wear Formal Semi formal Informal Smart casual Business casual Casual Active attire Business casual is a popular dress code in… …   Wikipedia

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