I was guessing it would mean 'coincidence', after looking it up, coincidence would be 'tilfeldighet'. Interesting.
"Coincidence? I think not..."
Is there a difference between 'tilfelle' and 'saken'?
'tilfelle' is abstract, while 'sak' can be both abstract and physical.
Thanks again fveldig
I thought I'd elaborate, as these two aren't really interchangeable:
Then what word is used to speak of grammatical cases (accusative, genitive, etc.)?
I thought that was the implication!
Why ' there is a difficult case' is wrong