English version

be cased in something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe cased in somethingbe cased in somethingCOVERto be completely surrounded by a material or substance The reactor will be cased in metal. casing case
Examples from the Corpus
be cased in somethingBut the discomfort is cased in rich, and even beautiful arrangements.The reactor is cased in several feet of metal and concrete.
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