Does cause mean reason?

A reason is a thought that is why someone does something. A cause is something that makes something else happen. Reason should explain something, cause might not, it might just be due to something else without an explanation. Reason : (noun) ( 1) Motive or justification for something Give me the reason for your going.

Is an excuse a reason?

An excuse is a self-justification; a reason is an explanation. If you want to get down into the nitty-gritty of this, a ‘reason’ is a communicative act, while an ‘excuse’ is an appeal to authority.

What is another word for Caused by?

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What does enkindle mean?

1 : to set (something, such as fuel) on fire : to cause to ignite. 2 : to make bright and glowing. intransitive verb.

Have caused or had caused?

Caused- This happened in the past and is not happening now. “The fire was caused by the stove.” Has caused- The action happened in the past, but the consequenses are still on-going.

Is caused present or past?

The past tense of cause is caused. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of cause is causes. The present participle of cause is causing. The past participle of cause is caused.