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N-COUNT-COLL (戏剧、电影的)全体演员 The cast of a play or film is all the people who act in it.
The show is very amusing and the cast are very good.
VERB 挑选(演员);使…出演(某角色) To cast an actor in a play or film means to choose them to act a particular role in it.
The world premiere of Harold Pinter's new play casts Ian Holm in the lead role...
He was cast as a college professor...
VERB 描述;描写;描绘 To cast someone in a particular way or as a particular thing means to describe them in that way or suggest they are that thing.
Democrats have been worried about being cast as the party of the poor...
Holland would never dare cast himself as a virtuoso pianist.
VERB 瞥；飞快看(一眼);扫视 If you cast your eyes or cast a look in a particular direction, you look quickly in that direction.
He cast a stern glance at the two men...
I cast my eyes down briefly...
VERB 抛下，投射(光线或阴影) If something casts a light or shadow somewhere, it causes it to appear there.
The moon cast a bright light over the yard...
They flew in over the beach, casting a huge shadow.
VERB 使产生怀疑;使不确信 To cast doubt on something means to cause people to be unsure about it.
Last night a top criminal psychologist cast doubt on the theory.
VERB 投(票) When you cast your vote in an election, you vote.
About ninety-five per cent of those who cast their votes approve the new constitution...
Gaviria had been widely expected to obtain well over half the votes cast.
VERB 扔;抛;投;丢 To cast something or someone somewhere means to throw them there.
Any true lover casting a pin into the fountain and gazing into it will see his or her future partner...
John had Maude and her son cast into a dungeon.
VERB 抛(鱼线);甩(鱼钩) If someone casts a fishing line or casts, they throw one end of the fishing line into the water.
Some way from them, the fisherman cast his line.
VERB (用模具)铸造，浇铸 To cast an object means to make it by pouring a liquid such as hot metal into a specially shaped container and leaving it there until it becomes hard.
...sculptures cast in bronze.
N-COUNT 铸件;模子 A cast is a model that has been made by pouring a liquid such as plaster or hot metal onto something or into something, so that when it hardens it has the same shape as that thing.
An orthodontist took a cast of the inside of Billy's mouth.
N-COUNT 同 plaster cast A cast is the same as a plaster cast .
N-COUNT (人的)思维模式，特性 If someone has a particular cast of mind or cast of thought, they have that kind of character or way of thinking of things.
The Social Democratic Party was full of people of an academic cast of mind...
Hers was an essentially sunny cast of mind.