What is the plural of cas in French? "Case" in French is cas but what is "cases" in French?

Case = Cas

Cases = ?

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    Note that if you encounter cases in French, it's the plural of case "compartment, box" and Toto's rule still applies to cas.
    – Luke Sawczak
    Aug 6 '17 at 16:51

It's a general rule in French, words that end with s when singular don't change in the plural.

So "cases" is "cas" in French.

The same rule applies with words that end with z as "gaz" or x as "croix"

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