Recast meaning

rē-kăst
To mold again.

Recast a bell.

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To set down or present (ideas, for example) in a new or different arrangement.

Recast a sentence.

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To change the cast of (a theatrical production).
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The act or process of recasting.
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Something produced by recasting.
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To cast again or anew.
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To improve the form of by redoing; reconstruct.

To recast a sentence.

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To calculate or count again.
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The act of recasting.
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A new form produced by recasting.
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To cast or throw again.
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The whole bell had to be recast although it had only one tiny, hardly visible crack.

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To reproduce in a new form.
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The act or process of recasting.
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(linguistics) An utterance translated into another grammatical form.

Adults may use recasts to suggest corrections to mistakes in children's speech.

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Origin of recast

  • From re- +"Ž cast.

    From Wiktionary