car|cass [ˈka:kəs US ˈka:r-] n
[Date: 1300-1400; : Old French; Origin: carcois]
1.) the body of a dead animal
2.) the decaying outer structure of a building, vehicle, or other object

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(of an animal), , / (in contempt or ridicule) /

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