cast

cast
past tense, past participle; see cast
form
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kast
I
subst. \/kɑːst\/
1) avstøpning, avtrykk
2) form, støpeform
3) gips(bandasje)
4) kast
5) kast, utlegging, utkasting
6) dusk (på fiskestang)
7) utseende, fremtoning, legning, preg, type
8) anlegg, støpning
9) anstrøk, skjær, snev, tone
10) regning, addisjon
11) skjeling
12) (jakt) forklaring: leting utført av hunder over et stort område for å finne spor
13) (zoologi) oppgulp hos fugl
14) (zoologi) avkastet slangeham
15) (zoologi) avkastet hud hos insekter
16) (zoologi) felte fjær
cast of features ansiktstrekk
cast of fortune slump, sammentreff
cast of mind mentalitet, sinnsmessig legning
a cast of the dice et terningkast
have a cast in one's eye skjele (på ett øye)
plaster cast (medisin) gipsbandasje, gips
II
subst. \/kɑːst\/
(film, teater) rollebesetning, ensemble
an all-star cast
et stjerneensemble
the cast de medvirkende, de som er med, rollelisten
III
verb (cast - cast) \/kɑːst\/
1) (også overført) kaste
cast a glance
kaste et blikk
cast new light on a problem
kaste nytt lys over et problem
cast into prison
kaste i fengsel
2) støpe, ta avstøpning av
3) (overført) skape, forme
he was not cast in a heroic mould
han var ikke skapt til å være helt
4) kaste, fiske med kastesluk
5) (sjøfart) kaste anker
6) (om stemme(givning)) registrere
7) felle, slippe, miste, skifte, kaste av seg
8) ordne, stille opp, arrangere
9) forkaste, kassere, avskjedige
10) (jakt) forklaring: la hunder lete over et område for å finne spor
11) (astrologi) beregne, stille
it is easy to cast someone's horoscope
det er lett å stille noens horoskop
12) legge sammen, (be)regne, addere
13) (veterinærfag) kaste
14) (jus) vinne over noen (i rettssalen)
15) (også overført) kaste fra seg, vrake
16) (om treverk e.l.) slå seg, kaste seg
be cast away lide skibbrudd
be cast down være nedslått, være motfallen, være oppgitt
cast about lete, søke, se seg om etter, spekulere på
cast about for forsøke å komme på, lete etter
she cast about for an answer
hun lette fortvilet etter en løsning
cast a net legge ut garn
cast an imputation on somebody's character
seimputation
cast a shoe (om hest) miste en sko
cast aside kaste bort, kassere, forkaste, vrake, legge bort, kaste vrak på
cast away kaste bort, sløse bort, forspille
cast back gå tilbake, vende tilbake
cast figures addere
cast in one's lot with slå seg sammen med, gjøre felles sak med noen
cast into the shade stille i skyggen
cast off kaste bort, kassere, legge av forlate, overgi, forstøte, slå hånden av (jakt) slippe løs (typografi) omfangsberegne (sjøfart) kaste loss (om strikking) felle av
cast on (om strikking) legge opp
cast one's vote avgi stemme
cast out fordrive, drive ut, drive bort
cast up dukke opp rulle (med øynene) (gammeldags) legge sammen, regne ut satspris
IV
verb \/kɑːst\/ (film, teater)
1) tildele en rolle
she was cast a role in the film
hun ble tildelt en rolle i filmen
2) besette en rolle
it is a difficult task to cast the play
det er vanskelig å besette rollene i stykket
cast the parts besette rollene i et stykke, sette opp rollelisten

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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