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  1. be·cause
    IPA[bēˈkəz]
  2. conjunction

    • 1. for the reason that; since:

      we did it because we felt it our duty just because I'm inexperienced doesn't mean that I lack perception
    • 2. used to introduce a word or phrase that stands for a clause expressing an explanation or reason:

      there's probably somebody out there who would argue the point because Internet making a bag of popcorn with hot sauce for lunch because hungry
    • conjunction

      for the reason that; since:

      used to introduce a word or phrase that stands for a clause expressing an explanation or reason:

    • on account of; by reason of
    • on account of; by reason of
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