Definitions of "causation"
  1. The process of being the action or situation that leads to an outcome or result
  2. The action or circumstances that play a part in bringing about an effect or outcome
  3. The connection between an action or condition and its consequences that need to be demonstrated in a legal proceeding related to wrongdoing or criminal activity
How to use "causation" in a sentence
  1. In the lawsuit, the plaintiff had difficulty showing the causation between the defendant’s actions and his injury.
  2. Without proper causation linking the traffic incident and the damages claimed, the case could be dismissed.
  3. In order for a charge to be successful, one must verify the causation or link between an act and its consequences.

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