cast

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Перевод:

Verb: бросать подавать лить отбрасывать
Noun: литье бросок бросание отливка

Фразы:

to cast the board - отливать картон

to cast (in) a bone between - сеять рознь, вражду

to cast a stone - бросить камень

to cast ashore - выбрасывать на берег

to cast lots - бросать жребий

to cast an eye / a glance / a look - бросить взгляд

to cast a shadow on smth. - отбрасывать тень на что-л.

to cast doubt on their integrity - подвергать сомнению их честность

to cast a play - распределять роли в пьесе

to cast steel - разливать сталь

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Примеры:

Cast aside your fears. - Отбрось свои страхи!

The die is cast / thrown. - Жребий брошен.

Cast off all ropes! - Отдать концы!

He cast up his accounts. - Он прикинул свои расходы.

She cast her request in very polite language - Она отклонила ее просьбу в очень вежливой формулировке.

The movie has a stellar cast. - У этого фильма звездный состав. (=в нём играют знаменитые актёры)

He cast a glance at the door. - Он бросил взгляд на дверь.

She has a cast on her arm. - У неё на руке гипс.

The snake cast off its old skin. - Змея сбросила старую кожу.

She has cast up her dinner again. - Её опять вырвало после обеда.

Cast on 132 stitches. - Наберите 132 петли. (на спицах)

A body was cast up last night. - Вчера вечером на берег выбросило труп.

She blushed, casting her eyes down. - Она покраснела, опустив глаза в пол.

Who cast this beautiful movie? - Кто подбирал актёров для этого прекрасного фильма?

The girl cast her eyes down modestly. - Девушка скромно опустила глаза.

The flames cast an eerie glow. - Пламя отбрасывает зловещее зарево.

When he grew rich, he cast away his old friends. - Став богатым, он порвал со всеми старыми друзьями.

Murray has his leg in a cast. - У Мюррея загипсована нога.

The tree cast a long shadow on the lawn. - Дерево отбрасывало на газон длинную тень.

The young tramp cast him a wary glance. - Юный бродяга окинул его настороженным взглядом.

I was in Berlin when they cast down the wall. - Я был в Берлине, когда ломали (Берлинскую) стену.

Make a cast of the statue. - Сделайте слепок этой статуи.

Rigby was cast in the leading role. - Главная роль досталась Ригби.

The buildings cast shade on the plaza. - Здания отбрасывают на площадь тень.

Coming events cast their shadows before. - Будущие события отбрасывают тень на настоящее.

How many votes were cast? - Сколько голосов было отдано?

The sailors were cast away on a desert island. - Моряков выбросило на пустынный остров.

Sage leaves have a silvery cast. - Листья шалфея имеют серебристый отлив.

God has cast out the demons from your soul. - Бог изгнал демонов из твоей души.

She cast an anguished look at Guy. - Она бросила на Гая взгляд, полный страдания.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you cast around for something or cast about for it, you try to find it or think of it.

If you cast aside someone or something, you get rid of them because they are no longer necessary or useful to you.

If someone is cast down by something, they are sad or worried because of it.

If you cast off something, you get rid of it because it is no longer necessary or useful to you, or because it is harmful to you.

To cast out something or someone means to get rid of them because you do not like or need them, or do not want to take responsibility for them.

If you cast around for something or cast about for it, you try to find it or think of it.

If you cast aside someone or something, you get rid of them because they are no longer necessary or useful to you.

If someone is cast down by something, they are sad or worried because of it.

If you cast off something, you get rid of it because it is no longer necessary or useful to you, or because it is harmful to you.

To cast out something or someone means to get rid of them because you do not like or need them, or do not want to take responsibility for them.

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Связанные термины:

colorcast: a television broadcast in color

radiobroadcast: a broadcast by radio

be cast: (of a sheep) to have fallen and been unable to rise

cast on: to form (the first row of stitches ) in knitting and weaving

cast up: (of the sea) to cast ashore

cast back: to turn (the mind) to the past

cast down: If someone is cast down by something, they are sad or worried because of it.

cast iron: Cast iron is iron which contains a small amount of carbon. It is hard and cannot be bent so it has to be made into objects by casting .

cast-off: If you cast off something, you get rid of it because it is no longer necessary or useful to you, or because it is harmful to you.

cast out: To cast out something or someone means to get rid of them because you do not like or need them, or do not want to take responsibility for them.

die-cast: to shape or form (a metal or plastic object) by introducing molten metal or plastic into a reusable mould, esp under pressure, by gravity, or by centrifugal force

fly-cast: to fish by casting artificial flies, using a lightweight, resilient rod

sand-cast: to produce (a casting ) by pouring molten metal into a mould of sand

surf-cast: to fish by casting into the surf from or near the shore

type-cast: to cast (type)

cast about: to make a mental or visual search

cast anchor: to anchor a vessel

cast aside: If you cast aside someone or something, you get rid of them because they are no longer necessary or useful to you.

cast loose: to untie or unfasten ; become or set free

cast steel: steel containing varying amounts of carbon, manganese, phosphorus, silicon, and sulphur that is cast into shape rather than wrought

cast stone: a building component, such as a block or lintel, made from cast concrete with a facing that resembles natural stone

stone cast: a short distance

plaster cast: A plaster cast is a cover made of plaster of Paris which is used to protect a broken bone by keeping part of the body stiff .

stone's cast: a short distance

cast aspersions: If you cast aspersions on someone or something, you suggest that they are not very good in some way .

cast a glance: A glance is a quick look at someone or something.

endocranial cast: a cast made of the inside of a cranial cavity to show the size and shape of the brain : used esp in anthropology

cast around for: If you cast around for something or cast about for it, you try to find it or think of it.

cast a spell on: to put into, or as into, a trance

cast a stone at: cast aspersions upon

cast a wide net: to involve a large number of things or people in what you are doing

the die is cast: You can say that the die is cast to draw attention to the importance of an event or decision which is going to affect your future and which cannot be changed or avoided .

to cast aspersions: If you cast aspersions on someone or something, you suggest that they are not very good in some way .

white cast iron: See white iron

draw lots: to decide an issue by using lots

offcast: thrown away ; abandoned

opencast: At an opencast mine, the coal, metal, or minerals are near the surface and underground passages are not needed .

cast/run your eye: If you cast your eye or run your eye over something, you look at it or read it quickly.

malleable cast iron: cast iron that has been toughened by gradual heating or slow cooling

to cast a/its spell: If something or someone casts their spell on you or casts a spell on you, you are fascinated or charmed by them.

cast a pall over sth: If something unpleasant casts a pall over an event or occasion, it makes it less enjoyable than it should be.

cast in one's lot with: to share in the activities or fortunes of (someone else)

cast pearls before swine: to waste your time by offering something that is helpful or valuable to someone who does not appreciate or understand it

to cast your mind back: If you cast your mind back to a time in the past, you think about what happened then.

cast an eye on something: to examine something carefully and give your opinion about it

cast your eye over something: to look at, consider, or read something very quickly

drop anchor to cast anchor: When the people on a boat drop anchor or cast anchor, they drop the boat's anchor into the water in order to prevent the boat from moving.

to cast pearls before swine: If you say that someone is casting pearls before swine, you mean that they are wasting their time by offering something that is helpful or valuable to someone who does not appreciate or understand it.

malleable iron: cast iron that has been toughened by gradual heating or slow cooling

castaway: A castaway is a person who has managed to swim or float to a lonely island or shore after their boat has sunk .

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Однокоренные слова:

cast about - обдумывать, менять курс, изыскивать средства
cast away - выбрасывать, отвергать, отбрасывать
cast back - мысленно вернуться назад, вспомнить, из упора отмах назад в вис
cast down - опускать, разрушать, свергать, повергать в уныние, перевертывать, угнетать
cast off - сбрасывать, бросать, отваливать, покидать, отдавать, заканчивать работу, спускать
cast on - набирать петли, набирать
cast out - выгонять, извергать, выбраковывать
cast round - искать, выискивать,
cast up - извергать, подсчитывать, вскидывать

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