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- It isn't, but it says that it's obsolete, except for in dialects. Also, both the definitions are redundant. It's the infinitive, with implication that the part before it is the reason for it happening. Please sign your post, for if you don't I cain't know who you are.(sign it by adding 4 tildes[~~~~]). JustinCB (talk) 15:15, 1 December 2017 (UTC)