1) face (see grill)

2) Business, e.g. "get out of my business"

3) personal space in general.
Why are you all up in my case?
by number25 February 24, 2005
Top Definition
In the West a case is 12 beers (bottles or cans). In Ontario and out East a case is 24 beers (bottle or cans).
Person 1: I got a case of beer, eh.
Person 2: What a bonus! When you said 'case' I forgot that you are from Halifax. Your East coast hospitality is appreciated.
Person 1: It's a hoppy ale, kind of bitter, I hope that's OK.
Person 2: Sounds good to me. The mere fact that it's not 'lite' beer assures me that you are worthy to drink with. People who drink 'lite' beer should be shot and pissed on.
Person 1: Fuckin' rights, eh. Bottom line is there's 24 of 'em.
by arsehat1972 February 14, 2007
1. Verb-To check out in advance. Ususally used in reference to a place you plan to burglarize or commit an act of mischief at.

2. Noun-24 pack of beer.
"Lets go case the house first so we know the easiest and quietest way to break in."

"Can you pick up a case on the way here?"
by Edgar Friendly October 12, 2004
Twelve bottles or cans of beer in Western Canada or twenty four cans or bottles of beer out East.
The distance between Edmonton and Prince George is about a case of beer
by arsehat1972 February 14, 2007
When you bottom out by landing heavily on your bike so bad that you end up with either broken testicles or mild spinal injuries. Often referred to "casing it", a case is a most unfortunate occurance that freeriders and dirt jumpers fear for the safety of their gonads. Usually happens when a rider is over zealous with their own ability and land shitty.
Shit man, Mike was a little too keen and overshot the landing and fell 20ft to flat. He gonna need a lawyer for that case.
by Coinage October 24, 2006
A substitute for "shit". Popular in the central New Jersey area.
Wow.... You just stepped in a huge pile of dog case." "I really have to take a huge case right now." "What's all this case doing on the floor!
by MrP. April 25, 2011
v. to case out-- to swap out the internals of recently purchased piece of hardware so that you get new hardware, and then you return your old hardware in the new case to place of purchase thereby screwing retailers or manufacturers or both. The casing method works well on modular PC components... optical drives, computers, gaming systems, anything with a case. Similar to boxing. In other words, a white collar way to possibly steal expensive hardware.
1. Casing my 1TB hard drive that failed on day 10 has saved me many days-- maybe weeks-- that would normally be spent on trying to get a replacement through warranty work.

2. The cheapest way to get a blue-ray drive is to case it with an old 52x.
by Tomsnafu November 18, 2009
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