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typecastverb [T]

uk   /ˈtaɪp.kɑːst/ us   /ˈtaɪp.kæst/ typecast, typecast
to always give an actor the same type of character to play, usually because he or she is physically suited to that type of part: She soon found herself typecast as a dizzy blonde.
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Translations of “typecast”
in Chinese (Simplified) 总让(演员)演同一类型的角色…
in Chinese (Traditional) 總讓(演員)演同一類型的角色…
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