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Dictionary French English: cast

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FrenchEnglish
NOUN   a cast | casts
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VERB  to cast | cast | cast ... 
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SYNO   cast | cast of characters ... 
tech. couler qc. [métal, verre]to cast sth.
fondre qc. [statue, caractère, lingot]to cast sth.
sport lancer qc. [ligne]to cast sth. [angling]
ichtyo. mouiller qc. [ligne]to cast sth. [e.g. fishing line]
tech. mouler qc. [fabriquer avec un moule]to cast sth. [medal]
Nouns
film théâtre distribution {f} [liste]cast
plâtre {m}cast
orn. pelote {f} de réjectioncast
arts moulage {m}cast [moulded object]
tech. jet {m} [coulage]cast(ing)
2 Words: Others
mis au rebut {adj}cast-off
2 Words: Verbs
naut. s'ancrerto (cast) anchor
naut. jeter l'ancreto cast anchor
constr. matériel bétonnerto cast concrete
jeux jeter le to cast dice
tirer (au sort)to cast lots
naut. larguer les amarresto cast off
naut. abandonner qn./qc.to cast sb. ashore [against their will]
rejeter qn. [amant]to cast sb. aside
répudier qn. [époux / épouse]to cast sb. aside
se défaire de qc. [doutes]to cast sth. aside
se débarrasser de qc. [inhibitions]to cast sth. away
se dépouiller de qc. [morgue, fierté]to cast sth. off
tech. sabler qc. [pour mouler]to sand-cast sth.
2 Words: Nouns
constr. béton {m} coulécast concrete
matériel fonte {f}cast iron
film RadioTV théâtre liste {f} des personnagescast list
tech. résine {f} de couléecast resin
ombre {f} portéecast shadow
3 Words: Others
gravé dans le marbre {adj} {past-p} [aussi fig.]cast in stone [postpos.] [idiom] [also fig.]
3 Words: Verbs
être rejeté [exclu d'une communauté]to be cast out [from a community]
tech. couler un bronzeto cast a bronze
jeter un coup d'œil [fam.]to cast a glance
jeter un charmeto cast a spell
mettre qc. en doute [capacité]to cast aspersions on sth.
jeux jouer de qc. aux désto cast dice for sth.
mettre qc. en douteto cast doubt on sth.
zool. muer [cerf]to cast its antlers
zool. se dépouiller [serpent]to cast its skin
3 Words: Nouns
fin. RadioTV théâtre brillante distribution {f}all-star cast
cuis. outil. cocotte {f} en fontecast-iron stewpot
constr. béton {m} préfabriquépre-cast concrete
4 Words: Others
La messe est dite. [loc.]The die is cast. [idiom]
Les jeux sont faits. [loc.]The die is cast. [idiom]
Le sort en est jeté. [loc.]The die is cast. [idiom]
4 Words: Verbs
gâcher qc.to cast a blight on sth. [fig.]
jeter un froid sur qc. [fig.]to cast a chill over sth. [fig.]
attenter à qn./qc.to cast a slur on sb./sth.
ensorceler qn.to cast a spell on sb.
jeter un sort à qn.to cast a spell on sb.
envoûter qn. [aussi : envouter]to cast a spell over sb.
regarder qc. avec convoitiseto cast covetous glances at sth.
baisser les yeuxto cast down one's eyes [fig.]
jeter un froid [fig.] [personne]to cast gloom (all around)
briser ses chaînes [aussi fig.]to cast off one's chains [also fig.]
ratisser largeto cast one's net wide
jeter des perles aux pourceaux [loc.]to cast pearls before swine [idiom]
jeter des regards en biais à qn.to cast sidelong glances at sb.
rejeter la faute sur qn.to cast the blame on sb.
bible jeter la première pierre [loc.]to cast the first stone [idiom]
tech. faire un moulage de qc.to take a cast of sth.
4 Words: Nouns
cuis. outil. cocotte {f} en fontecast-iron stew pot
5+ Words: Others
prov. En avril ne te découvre pas d'un fil, en mai fais ce qu'il te plaît.Ne'er cast a clout till May be out.
jeter un œil sur qn./qc. [loc.]to cast an eye over sb./sth. [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
méd. être plâtréto be in a plaster (cast)
jeter un regard furieux à qn.to cast a furious look at sb.
porter atteinte à l'honneur de qn.to cast a slur on sb.'s honor [Am.]
porter atteinte à l'honneur de qn.to cast a slur on sb.'s honour [Br.]
se reporter à qc. [revenir en pensée]to cast one's mind back to sth.
anat. méd. avoir le pied plâtréto have a cast on one's foot
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