From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin that casein that caseIFif that is the situation‘He didn’t want to talk to Sally.’ ‘In that case why did he agree to meet her?’ →case
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in that case• And in that case the epistemological asymmetry which depends on it falls to the ground.• Before the appealin that case came before your Lordships' House, the Conforama and Marchandise decisions were published.• Tizhe and his partners were arrestedin that case last year.• But in that case why had he insisted that she come?• Even in that case, though, it is doubtful that Black could have obtainedserious winning prospects.• A trialin that case is scheduled to begin in Houston on April 8.• "I'll be home late tonight." "Well, in that case, I won't cookdinner."• Well, in that case, he told himself, there are ways of quietingkids down.• Well, in that case, there's no more to be said.