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Translation of "cast" - English-Turkish dictionary

cast

verb [T]     /kɑːst/ ( past tense and past participle cast)
ACTOR B2 to choose an actor for a particular part in a film or play oyuncu seçimi yapmak [often passive] Why am I always cast as the villain?Casting, roles and scripts
THROW literary to throw something fırlatmak, atmak Throwing
LIGHT literary to send light or shadow (= dark shapes) in a particular direction yaymak, saçmak The moon cast a white light into the room.Emitting and ejecting
cast doubt/suspicion on sb/sth to make people feel less sure about or have less trust in someone or something insanların inanmamalarını/güvenmemelerini sağlamak, şüphe duymalarına neden olmak A leading scientist has cast doubts on government claims that the drug is safe.Upsetting and destabilizing
cast a/your vote to vote oy kullanmak Elections
cast a spell on sb to seem to use magic to attract someone birini büyülemek, gözünü kamaştırmak The city had cast a spell on me and I never wanted to leave.Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attraction to use magic to make something happen to someone birine bir şey olması için büyü yapmak, büyü kullanmak Magic
METAL to make an object by pouring hot metal into a container of a particular shape döküm yapmak, kalıp çıkarmak, dökmek →  See also cast/run your/an eye over sth , cast/shed light on sth , cast a pall over sth , cast a shadow over sth Industry and industrial processes
(Definition of cast verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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