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cast / lanzamiento
 
cast   [kɑ:st]
cast   verb: past tense   past participle
A. -noun
1. (=throw)
a. [of net, line]   lanzamiento (m)
2. (=mould)   molde (m)   (medicine)
(=plaster cast)   escayola (f)
a. [of worm]   forma (f)
·leg in cast
pierna (f) enyesada or escayolada
·cast of features   facciones feminine plural,   fisonomía (f)
·cast of mind
temperamento (m)
3. (technical)
(=metal casting)   pieza (f) fundida
4. [of play etcetera]   reparto (m)
·cast (and credits)
(cinema, television)   reparto (m)
5. (medicine)
(=squint)   estrabismo (m)
·to have a cast in one'noun eye
·tener estrabismo en un ojo
B. -transitive verb
1. (=throw)   echar,   lanzar
[+net, anchor etcetera]   echar
2. (figurative)
[+shadow]   proyectar
[+light]   arrojar   (on   sobre)
[+blame, glance, spell]   echar
[+horoscope]   hacer
·to cast doubt upon something
·poner algo en duda
·to cast one'noun eyes over something
·echar una mirada a algo
·to cast lots
·echar a suertes
·to cast one'noun vote
·votar,   dar su voto
3. (=shed)
[+horseshoe]   mudar
·the snake cast its skin
·la culebra mudó la piel
4. [+metal]   fundir
[+statue, clay]   moldear,   vaciar
5. (theatre)
[+part, play]   hacer el reparto de
·to cast an actor in the part of
·dar a un actor el papel de
·he was cast as Macbeth
·le dieron el papel de Macbeth
·we shall cast the play on Tuesday
·haremos el reparto de los papeles de la obra el martes
C. -intransitive verb
(Fishing)   lanzar,   arrojar
D. -compound
·cast iron   -noun   hierro (m) fundido or colado
 
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