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cast

noun
something made by moulding/molding
molde, escayola
The doctor put a plaster cast on her broken leg.
a mould/mold
molde
The hot metal is poured into a cast.
the complete set of actors in a play, opera etc
reparto
the whole cast of the play.
something that is ejected by certain animals, eg the earthworm
desecho, excremento
worm casts all over the grass.
(Definition of cast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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