Learn how to say Cased correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word case:
1a container designed to hold or protect something:
a silver cigarette case
the outer protective covering of a natural or manufactured object:
a seed case
an item of luggage; a suitcase.
a box containing twelve bottles of wine or other drink, sold as a unit:
a case of champagne
2each of the two forms, capital or minuscule, in which a letter of the alphabet may be written or printed. See also upper case, lower case.
[from the use in printing to mean ‘partitioned container for loose metal type’]
1surround in a material or substance:
the towers are of steel cased in granite
enclose in a protective container:
(as adjective cased)
a cased pair of pistols
2 informal reconnoitre (a place) before carrying out a robbery:
I was casing the joint
late Middle English: from Old French casse, chasse (modern caisse ‘trunk, chest’, châsse ‘reliquary, frame’), from Latin capsa, related to capere ‘to hold’