not methodically or according to plan; "he dealt with his course work casually"
in an unconcerned manner; "glanced casually at the headlines"
(casual) marked by blithe unconcern; "an ability to interest casual students"; "showed a casual disregard for cold weather"; "an utterly insouciant financial policy"; "an elegantly insouciant manner"; "drove his car with nonchalant abandon"; "was polite in a teasing nonchalant manner"
(casual) without or seeming to be without plan or method; offhand; "a casual remark"; "information collected by casual methods and in their spare time"
(casual) appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions; "casual clothes"; "everyday clothes"
(casual) occurring or appearing or singled out by chance; "seek help from casual passers-by"; "a casual meeting"; "a chance occurrence"
(Casual) In the European tradition, casual is the dress code which emphasizes comfort and personal expression over presentation and uniformity. It includes a very wide variety of costume, so it is perhaps better defined by what it isn't than what it is. ...
(Casual (rapper)) Jon Owens (born 1975), known by his stage name Casual, is an American rapper.
(Casual (subculture)) The casual subculture is a subsection of association football culture that is typified by football hooliganism and the wearing of expensive European designer clothing. ...
(casual) A worker who is only working for a company occasionally, not as its permanent employee; A soldier temporarily at a place of duty, usually en route to another place of duty; A member of a group of football hooligans who wear expensive designer clothing to avoid police attention; see ...
(CASUAL) a MIL-PERS awaiting orders, transport, or some other administrative disposition at a post or station to which that individual is not attached or assigned; also known as a "transient"; compare SNOWBIRD. ...
(Casual (work) (Tom Swifty)) "I don't work here on a regular basis," said Tom casually.
(Casual) (adj.) : accidental, chance
(Casual) A broad hosiery term used to describe all women's sock and any men's socks with the exception of dress, athletic, and work styles.
(Casual) A person who receives Casual Holiday Pay payments each pay instead of accruing annual leave. (See Casual Holiday Pay).
(Casual) A species expected to occur at least once every 3 to 5 years, but not annually.
(Casual) A species that has appeared in a given area somewhat more frequently than an accidental, but whose normal range is in another area.
(Casual) An area on the course that is a hazard, but not designed to be a hazard. An example would be a rain puddle; this can also refer to a recreational player.
(Casual) An individual who drives periodically not on a regular basis.
(Casual) An unintended, non-permanent hazard on the course, such as collected water from a rainstorm or a pile of cleared brush. Also a reference to non-tournament players.
(Casual) Another word for temporary and/or freelance. Usually used to mean someone who comes in once in a while to help, especially stage or tech crew.
(Casual) I bet to be a remesier/dealer not as ezy as v thought, untung v wont credit to them rugi he/she is the 1 2 be blame. better go on9 la blame pun blame urself u r the 1 decide.
(Casual) Informal. Relaxed. When an organization does not require that its staff wear uncomfortable formal clothing, then dress there is said to be "casual. ...
(Casual) Irregular, occasional, or accidental; happening without being planned or foreseen.
(Casual) People for whom skiing is primarily a social opportunity, who accompany skiers of other levels, people for whom the heart of the experience is enjoying the mountainsand resort amenities but who don't focus on technical improvement. May feel tentative in mildly challenging conditions. ...