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3 Translation results for cast in Spanish

noun | verb | adjective

cast noun

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escayola, yeso; aspecto, forma; lance, lanzamiento; elenco, reparto (de una obra de teatro)
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Example sentences of
cast noun

  • She has a cast on her arm.
  • They made a mask from a wax cast of her face.

Detailed synonyms for cast noun

See: Color

cast verb

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cast, has cast, is casting, casts
tirar, echar, arrojar; depositar (un voto); asignar (papeles en una obra de teatro); moldear, fundir, vaciar

Example sentences of
cast verb

  • Seaweed was cast up by the waves.
  • The tree cast a long shadow on the lawn.
  • Tenga en cuenta que el pasado se escribe "cast".

Detailed synonyms for cast verb

See: Discard, Throw

cast adjective

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Phrasal verbs for cast

Related phrases for cast

Reverse translation for cast

escayola  - plaster (for casts), plaster cast 
yeso  - plaster, gypsum 
aspecto  - aspect, appearance, look 
forma  - form, shape, manner, way, fitness 
lance  - event, incident, quarrel, throw, cast (of a net, etc.), move, play (in a game), throw (of dice) 
lanzamiento  - throw, pitch (in baseball), launching, launch 
elenco  - cast (of actors) 
reparto  (de una obra de teatro) - allocation, distribution, cast (of characters) 
tirar  - to pull, to draw, to throw, to hurl, to toss, to shoot, to throw away, to throw out, to waste, to attract, to knock down, to shoot, to fire, to launch, to get by, to manage, to take (a photo), to print, to run off 
echar  - to start off, to throw, to cast, to hurl, to throw out, to expel, to emit, give off, to sprout, to put forth, to fire, to dismiss, to put in, to add 
arrojar  - to hurl, to cast, to throw, to give off, to spew out, to yield, to produce, to vomit 
depositar  (un voto) - to deposit, to place, to store 
asignar  (papeles en una obra de teatro) - to assign, to allocate, to appoint 
moldear  - to mold, to shape, to cast 
fundir  - to melt down, to smelt, to fuse, to merge, to burn out (a lightbulb) 
vaciar  - to empty, to empty out, to drain, to hollow out, to cast (in a mold) 
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