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- v. To become, or cause to become, casual; to become regarded casually
- v. To be converted from regular to casual labor
In some places where he used sequins, he veiled them with chiffon "just to casualize it," he said.
It is also a very useful glut for the managerial class within the university who aims to casualize the academic labor pool.
There has been a strong effort in the last couple of decades, to casualize the home.
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