Verb: вызывать причинять быть причиной заставлять
Noun: причина дело повод основание


deep-rooted / root / underlying cause - глубокая причина, истинная причина

leading / major cause - главная причина

primary cause - основная причина

ultimate cause - конечная причина

worthwhile / worthy cause - важное, общественно значимое дело

to advance / champion / fight for / promote / support the cause of peace - защищать, отстаивать дело мира

to take up a cause - рассматривать дело

direct cause, immediate cause - прямая, непосредственная причина

remote cause - косвенная причина

to cause suspicion to fall on a person - возбудить против лица подозрение

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He had no cause to complain. - У него не было причин жаловаться.

There is no cause for alarm. - Нет никаких причин для тревоги.

The root cause of the crime problem is poverty. - Коренная причина проблемы преступности — бедность.

You caused us a lot of extra work. - Из-за тебя нам пришлось делать кучу лишней работы.

It's our job to establish the cause of the fire. - Наша задача — установить причину этого пожара.

I don't mind giving it if it's for a good cause. - Я не против его отдать, если оно пойдёт на хорошее дело.

The fire caused £15,000 worth of damage. - Огонь нанёс ущерб на сумму пятнадцать тысяч фунтов стерлингов

The illness is caused by a virus. - Причиной этой болезни является вирус.

What caused you to change your mind? - Что заставило вас передумать?

I'm sorry if I caused any confusion. - Простите, если я стал причиной какой-либо путаницы.

She is the cause of all their problems. - Она является причиной всех их проблем.

Their marriage was a cause for celebration. - Их свадьба стала поводом для торжества.

His father has good cause to be proud of him. - У его отца есть отличный повод им гордиться.

The ruin of the empire was caused by the loss of freedom and the growth of despotism. - Крушение империи было вызвано потерей свободы и усилением деспотической власти.

The flood caused great hardship. - Наводнение натворило много бед.

They worked in the cause of world peace. - Они работали во имя мира во всем мире.

The flood caused the town great hardship. - Наводнение причинило городу много бед.

He swerved and caused an accident. - Он неожиданно вильнул в сторону и стал виновником аварии.

I'm willing to donate money as long as it's for a good cause. - Я готов пожертвовать деньги, если они пойдут на благое дело.

Heavy traffic is causing delays on the freeway. - Плотный транспортный поток вызывает задержки на автостраде.

The patient's condition is giving cause for concern. - Состояние больного даёт основания для беспокойства.

Many people are worried about the economy, and with good cause. - Многие люди обеспокоены по поводу экономики, и не без оснований.

I can support a cause that means something to me. - Я могу оказать помощь делу, которое для меня что-то значит.

They are trying to determine the cause of the crash. - Они пытаются определить причину сбоя.

The oil spill is causing problems for coastal fisheries. - Разлив нефти создаёт проблемы для прибрежного рыболовства.

You've caused us all a lot of unnecessary worry. - Вы уже причинили нам много ненужного беспокойства.

Sorry, I didn't mean to cause offence (=offend you). - Простите, я не хотел никого оскорбить (т.е. обидеть).

The medicine was prescribed without good cause. - Лекарство было выписано без уважительной причины.

The cost of the project was enormous, but it was not the fundamental cause of its failure. - Стоимость проекта была огромной, но не это стало основной причиной его провала.

His symptoms had no apparent physical causes. - У его симптомов не было явных физических причин.

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Связанные термины:

cause alarm: Alarm is a feeling of fear or anxiety that something unpleasant or dangerous might happen .

cause list: a list of cases awaiting a hearing

final cause: the end or purpose of a thing or process, as opposed to its efficient cause

first cause: a source or cause of something

just cause: a standard that must be met to justify the disciplining or dismissal of an employee

lost cause: If you refer to something or someone as a lost cause, you mean that people's attempts to change or influence them have no chance of succeeding .

root cause: the fundamental reason for the occurrence of a problem

cause célèbre: A cause cé l èbre is an issue, person, or criminal trial that has attracted a lot of public attention and discussion .

cause disease: A disease is an illness which affects people, animals, or plants, for example one which is caused by bacteria or infection .

cause offence: If you cause offence or give offence to someone, you say or do something rude which upsets or embarrasses them.

cause trouble: You can refer to problems or difficulties as trouble .

cause a fire: Fire or a fire is an occurrence of uncontrolled burning which destroys buildings, forests, or other things.

cause a loss: Loss is the fact of no longer having something or having less of it than before.

cause infection: An infection is a disease caused by germs or bacteria.

efficient cause: that which produces an effect by a causal process

probable cause: reasonable grounds for holding a belief, esp such as will justify bringing legal proceedings against a person or will constitute a defence to a charge of malicious prosecution

secondary cause: a cause which is not the primary or ultimate cause

cause a crisis: A crisis is a situation in which something or someone is affected by one or more very serious problems .

cause an accident: An accident happens when a vehicle hits a person, an object, or another vehicle, causing injury or damage .

cause and effect: You use cause and effect to talk about the way in which one thing is caused by another.

cause an illness: Illness is the fact or experience of being ill .

cause embarrassment: Embarrassment is the feeling you have when you are embarrassed .

cause of action: the facts alleged in a complaint, upon which is based the plaintiff's right to a legal remedy in a court of law

for a good cause: If you say that something is for a good cause, you mean that it is worth doing or giving to because it will help other people, for example by raising money for charity .

make common cause with: to join with (a person, group, etc) for a common objective

in a good cause/for a good cause: If you say that something is in a good cause or for a good cause, you mean that it is worth doing or giving to because it will help other people, for example by raising money for charity .

to make common cause with someone: If one group of people makes common cause with another, they act together in order to achieve a particular aim even though their aims and beliefs are normally very different.

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Однокоренные слова:

causal - причинный, каузальный
causeless - беспричинный, необоснованный
causer - виновник
causey - мостовая, тротуар, мощеная дорожка, гать, мостить, строить дамбу, строить плотину
caused - вызванный, обусловленный
causing - вызывающий что-л.

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