causal
causal
adjective
1. (implying a cause) 
a. causal 
These two events happened at the same time, but there isn't a causal relationship between them.Estos dos sucesos ocurrieron al mismo tiempo, pero no hay una relación causal entre ellos.
2. (linguistics) 
a. causal 
Use a causal conjunction instead of a temporal one to explain why something happened.Usa una conjunción causal en lugar de una temporal para explicar la causa de algo.
causal [ˈkɔːzəl]
adjective
causal
Usage note
The adjective "causal" is sometimes invariable, which means its form does not change according to the gender or number of the noun it describes. This word is often used in the plural in the sense shown in 3).
causal
adjective
1. (related to a cause) 
a. causal 
En este ensayo, analizo la relación causal de la guerra en el oeste y el cambio del ambiente político del país.In this essay, I analyze the causal relation of the war in the west and the change in the political climate of the country.
2. (grammar) 
a. causal 
Es fácil saber que se trata de una oración causal porque hay una conjunción causal como nexo.It's easy to know this is a casual clause because it's introduced by a causal conjuction.
feminine noun
3. (cause) 
a. reason 
Se determinó que el adulterio fue la causal del divorcio.Adultery was determined as the reason for their divorce.
b. grounds 
Por falta de causales para el despido masivo, la compañía se ve obligada a readmitir a toda la plantilla.Due to the lack of grounds for the mass dismissal, the company has to reinstate all of the staff members.
causal
adjective
1. (general) 
a. causal 
causal
adjective
1 [+factor, relación] causal
2 (Lingüística)
oración causal clause of reason
reason; grounds
plural
; (p)
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