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casual
'kæʒuːəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough.
  2. Marked by blithe unconcern.
  3. Not showing effort or strain.
  4. Appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions.
  5. Natural and unstudied.
  6. Characterized by a feeling of irresponsibility.
  7. Occurring or appearing or singled out by chance.
  8. Without or seeming to be without plan or method; offhand.
  9. Occurring from time to time.
Hyphenationcas•u•al
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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偶然ǒuránincidentally; occasional; occasionally; by chance; randomly
碰巧pèngqiǎoby chance; by coincidence; to happen to
临时línshías the time draws near; at the last moment; temporary; interim; ad hoc
不定期bùdìng qīnon-scheduled; irregularly
漫不经心的mànbùjīngxīn decareless
漫不经心màn bù jīngxīncareless; heedless; absent-minded; indifferent
随便suíbiànas one wishes; as one pleases; at random; negligent; casual; wanton
非正式fēi zhèngshìunofficial; informal
随性suíxìngcasual; laid-back; doing as one pleases
无心之过wúxīn zhī guòcasual
倜傥tìtǎngelegant; casual; free and easy
马马虎虎mǎ ma hǔ hǔcareless; casual; vague; not so bad; so-so; tolerable; fair
大剌剌dà là làpompous; with a swagger; casual
大大咧咧dàdà liēliēcarefree; offhand; casual
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