- अभिनेता - वर्ग ⇄ cast hindi
- अभिनेतावृंद ⇄ cast hindi
- ख़तरा ⇄ cast hindi
- छितराना ⇄ cast hindi
- जोखिम ⇄ cast hindi
- डालना ⇄ cast hindi
- ढालना ⇄ cast hindi
- ढोंचा ⇄ cast hindi
- निक्षेप ⇄ cast hindi
- निक्षेपण ⇄ cast hindi
- पात्रवर्ग ⇄ cast hindi
- फेंकना ⇄ cast hindi
- भेंगापन ⇄ cast hindi
- विक्षेप ⇄ cast hindi
- व्यय - रोपण करना ⇄ cast hindi
- सांचा ⇄ cast hindi
- सांचे में ढालना ⇄ cast hindi
cast in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- (જન્મકુંડલી) માંડવી ⇄ cast gujarati
- (મત) આપવ ો ⇄ cast gujarati
- ખખેરવું ⇄ cast gujarati
- ખરવા દેવું ⇄ cast gujarati
- ગણતરી કરવી ⇄ cast gujarati
- જૂગટાના પાસા ⇄ cast gujarati
- ઢાળીને વસ્તુ બનાવવી ⇄ cast gujarati
- નટોને તેમની ભૂમિકાઓ આપવી. અસ્ત્ર ⇄ cast gujarati
- નાખવું ⇄ cast gujarati
- પછા ડવું ⇄ cast gujarati
- પડવા દેવું ⇄ cast gujarati
- પાડવું ⇄ cast gujarati
- પાત્ર માટે નટ નીમવો ⇄ cast gujarati
- ફેંકવું ⇄ cast gujarati
- બીબામાં ઢાળવું–ઘાટ પાડવો ⇄ cast gujarati
- સરવા ળો કરવો ⇄ cast gujarati
cast in Kashmiri कॉशुर
- اداکٲری خٲطرٕ چُنُن ⇄ cast kashmiri
- ترٛاوُن ⇄ cast kashmiri
- رُجحان ⇄ cast kashmiri
- شَکٕل دِنۍ،آکار دیُن ⇄ cast kashmiri
- فَن کار ⇄ cast kashmiri
cast in Marathi मराठी
- उजेड पाडणे ⇄ cast marathi
- ओत ⇄ cast marathi
- ओतणी ⇄ cast marathi
- ओतीव ⇄ cast marathi
- कलाकार ⇄ cast marathi
- क्षेप ⇄ cast marathi
- टाकणे ⇄ cast marathi
- धाटणी ⇄ cast marathi
- निर्मोक ⇄ cast marathi
- पात्रयोजना ⇄ cast marathi
- पात्रे ⇄ cast marathi
- फेक ⇄ cast marathi
- फेकणे ⇄ cast marathi
- बाहेर फेकून दिले ⇄ cast marathi
- भूमिका ⇄ cast marathi
- मुशीत ओतणे ⇄ cast marathi
- मूस ⇄ cast marathi
- साचा ⇄ cast marathi
cast in English
- cast ⇄ adj. 1. made by casting.
2. having all the parts allotted in a play or motion picture.english
- cast ⇄ cast, verb, cast,casting,noun, adjective. english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast about (or around),
a. to search or look (for); look around.
Ex. The company cast around for a long time until it found a site for its new factory. In 1890, the government, casting about for a replacement for Castle Garden, ... setenglish
- cast ⇄ expr. cast aside,
a. to throw or put aside.
Ex. to cast aside a stone in the road.
b. to throw aside from use; discard; dismiss.
Ex. to cast aside an old hat.english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast away,
a. (Figurative.) to abandon.
Ex. He cast away the project as useless. Hope is not wholly to be cast away (Samuel Johnson).
b. to shipwreck.
Ex. The small Mexican brig which had been cast away in a southeaster, .english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast back,
a. to throw the memory back; refer to something past.
Ex. Grandfather could cast back and recall the years before radio and television existed.
b. to return toward some ancestral type or character.
Ex. I think tenglish
- cast ⇄ expr. cast down,
a. to turn downward; lower.
Ex. His head was cast down in shame. Every eye was cast down before him (Samuel Johnson).
b. to make sad or discouraged.
Ex. He was cast down by the sad news.english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast in, to throw into the bargain.
Ex. 'Twere worth both Testaments, and cast in the Creed (John Dryden).english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast loose,
a. to unfasten; separate.
Ex. The captain ordered the boat to be cast loose (Archibald Duncan).
b. (Figurative.) to set adrift; abandon.
Ex. an orphan cast loose on a sea of troubles.english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast off,
a. to let loose; set free; untie.
Ex. to cast off a boat from its moorings. (Figurative.) He cast off the last ties that held him to home.
b. (Figurative.) to abandon or discard.
Ex. He cast off his old friends aenglish
- cast ⇄ expr. cast on, to make the first row of stitches on the needles in knitting.
Ex. Will you cast on a stocking for me? Cast on 83 stitches (Fancy Workbasket).english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast out, to drive out forcibly; banish; expel.
Ex. His pride had cast him out of Heav'n (Milton).english
- cast ⇄ expr. cast up,
a. to turn upward; raise (the eyes or head).
Ex. His eyes ... cast up to count the peaches on the wall (George Sala).
b. to find the sum of; add up; calculate.
Ex. Did go to cast up how my cash stands (Samuel Pepyenglish
- cast ⇄ noun 1a. a throw.
Ex. With a cast of his hand he sent the pebble far out into the lake.
b. the distance a thing is thrown.
Ex. He was standing less than a stone's cast from the shore.
c. a stroke of fortune; chance; lot; fate.english
- cast ⇄ v.i. 1. to throw.
2. to calculate.
3. (of a sailing ship) to turn from the wind; wear.
4. (Obsolete.) to conjecture as to the future.
5. (Obsolete.) to ponder; deliberate; consider.english
- cast ⇄ v.t. 1. to throw, fling, or hurl.
Ex. to cast a stone, cast a fishing line or an anchor. The thieves were cast into prison.
2. to deposit (a ballot); give (a vote).
Ex. Voters cast their ballots for President of the United States in anenglish