Translations for Castkæst, kɑst

1

cast(noun)

a throw

At his third cast he caught a fish.

2

cast(verb)

to throw

The angler cast his line into the river; These facts cast new light on the matter; She cast him a look of hatred.

3

cast(noun)

something made by moulding

The doctor put a plaster cast on his broken leg.

4

cast(verb)

to get rid of; to take off

Some snakes cast their skins.

5

cast(noun)

a mould

The hot metal is poured into a cast.

6

cast(verb)

to shape (metal etc) by pouring into a mould

Metal is melted before it is cast.

7

cast(noun)

the complete set of actors in a play, opera etc

the whole cast of the play.

8

cast(verb)

to give a part in a play etc to

She was cast as Lady Macbeth.

9

cast(noun)

something that is ejected by certain animals, eg the earthworm

worm casts all over the grass.

10

cast(verb)

to select the actors for (a film etc)

The director is casting (the film) tomorrow.

11

cast(verb)

to give (a vote)

I cast my vote for the younger candidate.

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

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