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cast

verb [T] (ACTORS)
演員
 
 
/kɑːst/ US  /kæst/ (cast)
to choose actors to play particular parts in a play, film or show
挑選…扮演
He was often cast as the villain.
他經常演反面角色。
In her latest film she was cast against type (= played a different character than the one she usually played or might be expected to play).
在最近拍的電影中,她改變了戲路。
figurative They like to cast the opposing political party as (= to say that they are) the party of high taxes.
他們喜歡把敵對政黨說成是徵收高額稅收的政黨。
→  See also typecast Casting, roles and scripts
(Definition of cast verb (ACTORS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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