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    #1

    to get case of something

    What does 'to get case of something' mean?


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    Re: to get case of something

    Please provide the sentence in which you met this phrase.

    Medically you can "get a case of something"

    Or it could be a mistake for "to get wind of something".

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    Re: to get case of something

    I just saw on chat "I got case of mondays"


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    Re: to get case of something

    The person means "I have got a case of the Monday blues" - I feel down because it is Monday and I have to go back to work.

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