It means that the case is solved.
The case remains unsolved.
No he is alive and hiding
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Secret, no clue. :)
No, sadly the case has not been solved.
Solved is an action word, so therefore it is already a verb.For example: "the detective solved the case".Other verbs are solve, solves ans solving.
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Case closed means that a solution to the case has been reached. Case inactive means that the case has not been solved, but no one is actively working on it.