'cos


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'cos

cos [ˈkɒs] conj (British) (= because) → parce que
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References in classic literature ?
''Cos a coachman may do vithout suspicion wot other men may not; 'cos a coachman may be on the wery amicablest terms with eighty mile o' females, and yet nobody think that he ever means to marry any vun among
Weller; ''cos it 'ud ha' gone agin their consciences.