Casting ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Casting ( noun )

  1. The process of pouring liquid metal or other material into a mold to produce a particular shape or form.
  2. The process of choosing actors or performers for a particular role or production.

Origin:

The word "casting" comes from the old english word "cysting" which means the act of putting metal into a mold. it was first recorded in the english language in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. The metal casting was done in the foundry.
  2. The casting of the lead role was still in progress.
  3. The casting of the movie took several months.
  4. The process of casting was done using a mold.
  5. The casting of the play was announced today.

(As a verb)

Casting ( verb )

  1. The process of pouring liquid metal or other material into a mold to produce a particular shape or form.
  2. The process of choosing actors or performers for a particular role or production.

Origin:

The word "casting" comes from the old english word "cysting" which means the act of putting metal into a mold. it was first recorded in the english language in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. The metal casting was done in the foundry.
  2. The casting of the lead role was still in progress.
  3. The casting of the movie took several months.
  4. The process of casting was done using a mold.
  5. The casting of the play was announced today.
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