cast

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dökmek
{i} döküm

Döküm içindeki kolumla bunu yapmaya çalışmak gerçekten çok sinir bozucu. - It's just so frustrating to try to do this with my arm in a cast.

Heykelin dökümü ertelendi. - The casting of the statue was delayed.

{i} rol alanlar
{i} çeşit
{i} dökümcülük
{f} fırlatmak
{f} atmak
{i} tip
{f} biçim vermek
{i} atma
kıvırmak
vermek (oy)
(Arkeoloji) kalıp dökümü
şekil
yöneltmek
(Tıp) Böbrek hastalıklarında idrarda görülen mikroskobik bir küme
dökülmüş
(Kanun) davayı reddetmek
mukavim
temayül
kast

Kastilyan diline benzer bir sürü dil vardır. - There are a lot of languages similar to Castilian.

(Tiyatro) rol dağılımı
saç

Bu neredeyse bir kale içine nükleer reaktör inşa etmek kadar saçma. - It's almost as absurd as building a nuclear reactor inside a castle.

boşaltım hayvanlarda
dayanıklı
kalıba dökülmüş
talih
atılmış
alma

Kuzey Almanya'da bir sürü güzel kaleler var. - There are many beautiful castles in northern Germany.

çarpıtmak
(Bilgisayar) çevirim
(Tiyatro) oyundaki karakter
döküm yapmak
eşhas
alçı tıp
dökülmek
pik
{i} cins
atış
kalıp
saçmak
değiştirmek
alçı

Tom kırılan kolunu alçıya aldırıyordu. - Tom is wearing a cast on his arm.

Noel günü, Tom'un sağ bacağı hâlâ alçılıydı. - On Christmas Day, Tom's right leg was still in a cast.

çıkarmak
oyuncular
{f} at
(oy) vermek
oynayanlar
rol vermek
tür

Türkler Eğri Kalesi'ni uzun süre kuşattılar. - The Turks held siege over the Castle of Eger for a long time.

(Tıp, İlaç) Ortopedik alçı

Doktor Tom'a üç hafta boyunca ortopedik alçı giyinmek zorunda olduğunu söyledi. - The doctor told Tom that he had to wear a cast for three weeks.

cevirmek
vermek

Döküm içindeki kolumla bunu yapmaya çalışmak gerçekten çok sinir bozucu. - It's just so frustrating to try to do this with my arm in a cast.

Döküm kalıbından temiz geldi. - The casting came cleanly out of its mold.

bir kenara atmak
{i} çarpıklık
dökü

Heykelin dökümü ertelendi. - The casting of the statue was delayed.

Döküm içindeki kolumla bunu yapmaya çalışmak gerçekten çok sinir bozucu. - It's just so frustrating to try to do this with my arm in a cast.

{f} kusmak [brit.]
savurmak
{i} ton
{i} zarda gelen sayı
{f} tüy
{i} yöntem
atfetmek olta atmak
ağ sermek
{f} kehanette bulunmak
{i} alçı [tıp.]
{i} biçim
{i} boşaltım (hayvanlarda)
{f} kokuyu takip etmek
casting
dökme
casting
döküm

Döküm kalıbından temiz geldi. - The casting came cleanly out of its mold.

Heykelin dökümü ertelendi. - The casting of the statue was delayed.

casting
{i} rol dağıtımı
cast away
deniz kazası geçirmek
cast off
(Fiili Deyim ) 1-çıkarıp , atmak 2- tanımamak , reddetmek 3- (gemi) denize açılmak
cast a pall over
Planları bozmak, gölge düşürmek
cast away
ıssız adada bırakmak
cast away
çöpe atmak
cast off
çıkarıp atmak
cast light
aydınlatma
cast light
ışık yaymak
cast the first stone
birini suçlayan ilk kişi olmak
cast the first stone
kötülemekte önayak olmak
cast the first stone
ilk taşı atmak
cast a shadow over
gölge düşürmek
cast a shadow upon
üstüne gölge yap
cast a spell upon
büyü yapmak
cast about
tasarlamak
cast about
düşün
cast anchor
demir atmak
cast anchor
demirle
cast bronze
dökme bronz
cast doubt on
gölge düşürmek
cast down
devirmek
cast down
canını sıkmak
cast in sb's teeth
birinin yüzüne vurmak
cast in site pile
yerinde dökme kazık
cast iron
font
cast iron
dökme demir

Dökme demir, bir demir ve karbon alaşımıdır. - Cast iron is an alloy of iron and carbon.

cast iron
pik demir
cast iron column
dökme demir kolon
cast iron electrode
dökme demir elektrot
cast iron pipe
dökme demir boru
cast light
ışık tutmak
cast light
aydınlat
cast nail
dökme çivi
cast off
kurtulmak
cast off
ilişkisini kesmek
cast off
reddetmek
cast off
çıkarmak
cast off the rope
halatı mola etmek
cast one's vote
oy vermek
cast reflections on
kötülemek
cast reflections on
hakkında kötü şeyler söylemek
cast steel
dökme çelik
cast stone
suni taş
cast the blame
iftira etmek
cast up
kusmak
cast up
karaya vurmak
cast a curse
(deyim) Lanet okumak
cast a curse on someone
(deyim) Lanet okumak
cast a spell on
Büyülemek, kuvvetle etkilemek
cast a spell over
üzerinde büyü
cast about
volta vurmak
cast aside
Bir kenara atmak, bir kenara fırlatmak
cast ballot
döküm oy
cast concrete
Dökme beton
cast curses
Bkz. cast a curse
cast doubt
şüphe
cast doubt on
Üzerine gölge düşürmek, üzerinde şüphe uyandırmak
cast doubt on
(deyim) Şüphe uyandırmak; gölge düşürmek

A new study is casting doubt on this drug's effectiveness.

cast in bronze
bronz döküm
cast light
(deyim) Bir konuyu aydınlatmak, açıklamak
cast light on
Bir konuyu açıklığaa kavuşturmak, aydınlatmak
cast new light
Bir konuya yeni bir ışık tutmak, yeni bir bakış sunmak
cast of mind
kafa
cast offs
döküm offs
cast oneself on
Kendini birinin insafına/merhametine bıramak

I was at fault,and i cast myself on his clemency.

cast oneself on someone's mercy
Kendini birinin insafına/merhametine bıramak
cast one´s bread upon the waters
k. dili karşılığını beklemeden iyilik etmek
cast one´s lot in with s.o./cast in one´s lot with s.o./cast one´s lot with s.o
biriyle işbirliği yapmak/bir olmak
cast over
kaplamak
cast reflections on
hakkında kötü şeyler söylemek, kötülemek
cast roster
(Film) Rol dağılım listesi
cast saw
döküm gördüm
cast shadow
döküm gölge
cast sth in sb's teeth
yüzüne vurmak, başına kakmak
cast system
kast sistemi
cast your mind back
(deyim) Hatırlamaya çalış
cast-in
dökme
cast-in-situ concrete
dökme in-situ beton
cast-iron plate
(İnşaat) Dökme demir levha
cast-off
bir kenara atılmış
casting
kalıba dökme
cast off
(Askeri) mola etmek
cast off
terk etmek
cast out
(Dilbilim) atmak
caste
sınıf
caste
kademe
caste
servet
casting
oyuncu kadrosu
casting
kadro kurmak
casting
toplama
casting
oyuncu seçmek
casting
döküm derecesi
casting
atarak
casting
kalıplayarak
casting
döküm parça
casting
plan
casting
(Sinema,Tiyatro) rol dağılımı
casting
döküm kalıbı

Döküm kalıbından temiz geldi. - The casting came cleanly out of its mold.

casting
kalıplama
to be cast
dökülmek
caste
kast
casting
{i} atış
casting
oyuncu seçme
casting
{f} at
a cast
bir döküm
cast doubt on
Şüphe düşürmek, şüphe bırakmak, şaibede bırakmak
cast of
döküm
cast to
için döküm
castability
(Metal İşleme) Dökülebilirlik, bir metalin dökme işleminin ne kadar iyi yapılabildiğinin bir ölçüsü

Many of the common aluminum casting alloys contain enough silicon giving good castability.

castable
dökülebilir
casting
casting box dökum kalıbı
casting
{i} kalıp
casting
{f} kalıpla: prep.kal
casting
{f} kalıpla
casting
casting vote başkanın oyu
casting
{f} at: prep.atarak
casting
cast dök/ver/at
cast away
atmak
cast away
çarçur etmek
cast away
boşa harcamak
cast away
fırlatmak
cast down
indirmek
cast down
aşağı atmak
cast down
üzmek
cast down
(Fiili Deyim ) 1-indirmek 2- keyfini kaçırmak
cast iron
sert
cast iron
sağlam

Tom'un sağlam bir midesi var. İstediği şeyi yiyebiliyor. - Tom has a cast iron stomach. He can eat just about anything.

cast iron
pik
cast iron
dayanıklı
cast iron
pikten yapılmış
cast iron
şiddetli
cast off
tahmin etmek (yazının uzunluğunu)
cast off
üzerinden etmek
cast off
(Tekstil) iğneden çıkarmak (ilmek)
cast off
avara etmek
cast off
atmak
cast off
yazının baskı büyüklüğü hesabı
cast off
den. alarga etmek
cast off
kullanılmayıp atılan şey
cast off
bir kenara atılmış
cast on
ipliğe ilmik atmak
cast on
ilmek atmak
cast out
kovmak
cast out
{f} uzaklaştırmak
cast out
{f} sürmek
caste
sosyal sınıflaşma sistem ve ilkeleri
caste
sosyal sınıf
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Üzüm teknesi. Üzümün sıkıldığı yer
üzüm teknesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To shape (molten metal etc.) by pouring into a mould; to make (an object) in such a way

One copy of the magnificent caveman, The Thinker, of which Rodin cast several examples in bronze, is seated now in front of the Detroit Museum of Art, where it was placed last autumn.

To throw

The more, an' please your honour, the pity, said the Corporal; in uttering which, he cast his spade into the wheelbarrow .

A supportive and immobilising device used to help mend broken bones

The doctor put a cast on the boy’s broken arm.

Of dogs, hunters: to spread out and search for a scent

He clambered on to an apron of rock that held its area out to the sun and began to cast across it. The direction of the wind changed and the scent touched him again.

An animal, especially a horse, that is unable to rise without assistance
Something which has been thrown, dispersed etc
To calculate the astrological value of (a horoscope, birth etc.)

he is a perfect astrologer, that can cast the rise and fall of others, and mark their errant motions to his own use.

The form of one's thoughts, mind etc

I have read all her articles and come to admire both her elegant turn of phrase and the noble cast of mind which inspires it; but never, I confess, did I look to see beauty and wit so perfectly united.

To throw forward (a fishing line, net etc.) into the sea

As Jesus walked by the see off Galile, he sawe two brethren: Simon which was called Peter, and Andrew his brother, castynge a neet into the see (for they were fisshers) .

To bring the bows of a sailing ship on to the required tack just as the anchor is weighed by use of the headsail; to bring (a ship) round
To twist or warp (of fabric, timber etc.)
Animal and insect remains which have been regurgitated by a bird
Specifically, to throw down or aside

Her bow is not to her liking. In a temper, she casts it on the grass.

The mould used to make cast objects

A plaster cast was made of his face.

To throw (light etc.) on or upon something, or in a given direction

A sudden thought cast a gloom over his countenance.

To throw off (the skin) as a process of growth; to shed the hair or fur of the coat
A small mass of earth "thrown off" or excreted by a worm

The area near the stream was covered with little bubbly worm casts.''.

To set (a bone etc.) in a cast
The casting procedure

The men got into position for the cast, two at the ladle, two with long rods, all with heavy clothing.

To give birth to prematurely; to miscarry

The abortion of a woman they describe by an horse kicking a wolf; because a mare will cast her foal if she tread in the track of that animal.

To direct (one's eyes, gaze etc.)

She then yawned again, threw aside her book, and cast her eyes round the room in quest of some amusement .

A group of crabs
An act of throwing
To add up a column of figures; cross-cast refers to adding up a row of figures

I cast up the notches on my post, and found I had been on shore three hundred and sixty-five days.

Visual appearance

Her features had a delicate cast to them.

The collective group of actors performing a play or production together. Contrasted with crew

He’s in the cast of Oliver.

To plan, intend (to do something)

I wrapt my selfe in Palmers weed, / And cast to seeke him forth through daunger and great dreed.

An object made in a mould

The cast would need a great deal of machining to become a recognizable finished part.

To heave the lead and line in order to ascertain the depth of water
To deposit (a ballot or voting paper); to formally register (one's vote)
A squint
To remove, take off (clothes)

You know the saying, Ne'er cast a clout till May is out? Well, personally, I'm bored of my winter clothes by March.

To assign a role in a play or performance

The director cast the part carefully.

To change a variable type from, for example, integer to real, or integer to text

Casting is generally an indication of bad design.

The cast of a play or film is all the people who act in it. The show is very amusing and the cast are very good
{n} a throw, motion, squint, turn, form, shade
{v} to throw, sling, shed, contrive, form, grow crooked, overcome
To form into a particular shape by pouring fluid matter into a mold and allowing it to harden, such as making a picture frame ornament
A flight or a couple or set of hawks let go at one time from the hand
select to play,sing, or dance a part in a play, movie, musical, opera, or ballet; "He cast a young woman in the role of Desdemona"
To warp; to become twisted out of shape
To vomit
To consider; to turn or revolve in the mind; to plan; as, to cast about for reasons
The distance to which a thing is or can be thrown
To cast an object means to make it by pouring a liquid such as hot metal into a specially shaped container and leaving it there until it becomes hard. sculptures cast in bronze
3d pres
To impose; to bestow; to rest
To lose the hair or fur of the coat, usually in spring
Contrivance; plot, design
form by pouring e
A stoke, touch, or trick
A directed throw; in strip-mining, the overburden is cast from the coal to the previously mined area
the act of throwing a fishing line out over the water by means of a rod and reel
To compute; to reckon; to calculate; as, to cast a horoscope
eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; "After drinking too much, the students vomited"; "He purged continuously"; "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
To twist or warp
wax or hot metal into a cast or mold; "cast a bronze sculpture"
The assignment of parts in a play to the actors
A tendency to any color; a tinge; a shade
A small mass of earth excreted by a worm
put or send forth; "She threw the flashlight beam into the corner"; "The setting sun threw long shadows"; "cast a spell"; "cast a warm light"
{i} throw; team of actors; plaster cast which supports broken bones; squint (of the eye)
To turn (the balance or scale); to overbalance; hence, to make preponderate; to decide; as, a casting voice
A film manufactured by coating a liquid, plastic resin onto a moving belt or drum
To contrive; to plan
a casting
In a programming language, to translate a variable of one data type into another data type For example, the letter A can be cast as an integer whose decimal value is 65 Casting can be done explicitly in the program's code or by inference
A tube or funnel for conveying metal into a mold
wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold; "cast a bronze sculpture" select to play,sing, or dance a part in a play, movie, musical, opera, or ballet; "He cast a young woman in the role of Desdemona" deposit; "cast a vote"; "cast a ballot" assign the roles of (a movie or a play) to actors; "Who cast this beautiful movie?" (of molten metal or glass) formed by pouring or pressing into a mold
object formed by a mold
cast a chill
To provoke an uneasy feeling which stops a conversation, as by an uncalled act or word

the perusal of the letter he had brought from his master cast a chill over things. — Kazimierz Waliszewski, Ivan the Terrible, Part 4, Chapter 2, translated by Lady Mary Loyd.

cast accounts
To be numerate; to be capable of arithmetic. One who casts accounts may only be one equipped with that accomplishment; as one who reads is not necessarily reading, nor inclined to it, but literate
cast accounts
To perform basic bookkeeping
cast adrift
To place a person in a ship's boat or raft and leave them
cast adrift
To abandon a ship at sea
cast aspersions
to make damaging or spiteful remarks

Don’t cast aspersions on me, or on my patriotism.

cast away
To discard

She cast away her bridal dress along with other reminders of the marriage.

cast away
To abandon or maroon

The mutineers cast away the ship's officers in the longboat.

cast fossil
A fossil formed when an animal, plant, or other organism dies, its flesh decays and bones deteriorate due to chemical reactions; minerals gradually enter into the cavity, resulting in a cast, also called a mold fossil, which is in the general form of the original organism
cast fossils
plural form of cast fossil
cast iron
Inflexible or without exception

The school's cast-iron policy on admissions fees left no leeway for needy students.

cast iron
Durable; tough; resiliant

Ernest has a cast-iron constitution and never gets sick.

cast iron
A hard and brittle, but strong, alloy of iron, carbon, and silicon, formed by casting in a mould

Cast iron is popular for cookware where an even heating temperature is important.

cast iron
Made of cast iron

I use a castiron skillet for frying pancakes.

cast net
a (usually weighted) fishing net that is thrown and then pulled back via an attached line
cast nets
plural form of cast net
cast off
To discard or reject something
cast off
To finish the last row of knitted stitches and remove them securely from the needle
cast off
To let go (a cable or rope securing a vessel to a buoy, wharf etc) so that the vessel may proceed
cast on
to start the first row of knitting by putting stitches on a needle
cast one's vote
To vote for something
cast out
To drive out; to expel
cast out nines
To apply a procedure for verifying whether an arithmetic operation is probably correct or certainly incorrect using modulo characteristics of these specific integer combinations
cast pearls before swine
To give things of value to those who will not understand or appreciate it
cast the first stone
To act self-righteously in accusing another person, believing that one is blameless

I knew I couldn't cast the first stone as I knew I had weaknesses. ... (But) as a leader of the government trying to uphold the rule of law I have no choice but to move forward and say you cannot accept perjury in your highest officials.

cast up one's accounts
To vomit
cast-iron
Alternative spelling of cast iron
cast a pall over
(Ev ile ilgili) Spoil something
cast cutter
(Tıp, İlaç) An electrically powered vibrating saw used to cut through plaster or synthetic casts; cast saw
cast doubt
(deyim) If you make other people not sure about a matter, then you have cast doubt on it
cast doubt on
(deyim) If you make other people not sure about a matter, then you have cast doubt on it
cast light
(deyim) To explain; illuminate; clarify

The letters that were found suddenly cast a new light on the circumstances of Tom's disappearance.

cast saw
(Tıp, İlaç) An electrically powered vibrating saw used to cut through plaster or synthetic casts. Referred to commonly as a Cast Cutter
cast the first stone
To be the first to blame someone, lead accusers against a wrongdoer. "Jesus said that a person who was without sin could cast the first stone.", "Although Ben saw the girl cheating, he did not want to cast the first stone."
cast your mind back
(deyim) If somebody tells you to cast your mind back on something, they want you to think about something that happened in the past, but which you might not remember very well, and to try to remember as much as possible
casting
The act or process of selecting actors, singers, dancers, models, etc
casting
The excreta of an earthworm or similar creature
casting
Present participle of cast
caste
the division of society on artificial grounds
casting
{n} a vessel or other thing cast
cast aside
put aside, push to the side; abandon, neglect
cast aside
throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
cast aside
If you cast aside someone or something, you get rid of them because they are no longer necessary or useful to you. Sweden needs to cast aside outdated policies and thinking
cast away
throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
cast away
throw away, toss away; be sunk (of a ship)
cast down
lower the spirits of a person; discourage
cast down
sad and disappointed
cast down
lower someone's spirits; make downhearted; "These news depressed her"; "The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her"
cast iron
Term used to describe a series of ferrous alloys containing over 1 74% of carbon
cast iron
A hard, brittle iron produced commercially in blast furnaces by pouring it into molds where it cools and hardens Extensively used as a building material in the early 19th century, it was superseded by steel and ferroconcrete
cast iron
a brittle iron cast from molten iron to a specific shape
cast iron
relatively pure iron, smelted from iron ore, containing 1 8 to 4 5% free carbon and cast to shape
cast iron
Metallic iron containing more than 2% dissolved carbon within its matrix (as opposed to steel which contains less than 2%)and less than 4 5% Because of its cost, relative ease of manufacture and thermal stability cast iron (sometimes referred to as "gray cast iron" because of its characteristic color, but is actually a more specialized material for brake applications) is the material of choice for almost all automotive brake discs To work correctly, the parts must be produced at the foundry with tightly monitored chemistry and cooling cycles to control the shape, distribution and form of the precipitation of the excess carbon This is done to minimize distortion in machining, provide good wear characteristics, dampen vibration and resist cracking in subsequent use
cast iron
Besides carbon, it contains sulphur, phosphorus, silica, etc
cast iron
It can not be welded or forged, is brittle, and sometimes very hard
cast iron
A generic term for a large family of cast ferrous alloys in which the carbon content exceeds solubility of carbon in austenite at the eutectic temperature Most cast irons contain at least 2% carbon, plus silicon and sulfur, and may or may not contain other alloying elements For the various forms gray cast iron, white cast iron, malleable cast iron and ductile cast iron, the word "cast" is often left out, resulting in "gray iron," "white iron," "malleable iron," and "ductile iron," respectively
cast iron
Material used to manufacture such plumbing fixtures as sinks, bathtubs and lavatories Iron is formed by molding it while it is in a molten state It is then coated with an enamel powder which contains pigments to provide fixture color and is fired at extremely high temperatures This melts and fuses the enamel into a glass-like coating KOHLER Cast Iron will retain its beauty and durability for 50 years or more, making it truly a "once for a lifetime" purchase
cast iron
a ferrous alloy with carbon content between 2 and 4 5 wt%
cast iron
forged iron, molded iron; strong, reinforced
cast iron
Highly carbonized iron, the direct product of the blast furnace; used for making castings, and for conversion into wrought iron and steel
cast iron
Also called pig iron Covers a large group of irons with 2% or more carbon The high quantity of carbon makes cast iron brittle and suitable for forming only by casting and machining It cannot be forged The lack of ductility, high stiffness and deadening qualities makes cast iron a superior material for machinery beds and frames Average density of cast iron, 7 377 g/cm3, 2665 lbs/cuin, 460 51 lbs/cuft
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. Made from cast iron, it is finished in graphite enamel. the cast-iron chair legs
cast iron
an alloy of iron containing so much carbon that it is brittle and so cannot be wrought but must be shaped by casting
cast iron
A cast-iron guarantee or alibi is one that is absolutely certain to be effective and will not fail you. They would have to offer cast-iron guarantees to invest in long-term projects. A hard, brittle, nonmalleable iron-carbon alloy, cast into shape, containing 2 to 4.5 percent carbon, 0.5 to 3 percent silicon, and lesser amounts of sulfur, manganese, and phosphorus. a type of iron that is hard, breaks easily, and is shaped in a mould. Alloy of iron that contains 2-4% carbon, along with silicon, manganese, and impurities. It is made by reducing iron ore in a blast furnace (cast iron is chemically the same as blast-furnace iron) and casting the liquid iron into ingots called pigs. Pig iron is remelted, along with scrap and alloying elements, in cupola furnaces and recast into molds for a variety of products. In the 18th-19th centuries, cast iron was a cheaper engineering material than wrought iron (not requiring intensive refining and hammering). It is more brittle and lacks tensile strength. Its compressive (load-bearing) strength made it the first important structural metal. In the 20th century, steel replaced it as a construction material, but cast iron still has industrial applications in automobile engine blocks, agricultural and machine parts, pipes, hollowware, stoves, and furnaces. Most cast iron is either so-called gray iron or white iron, the colours shown by fracture; gray iron contains more silicon and is less hard and more machinable than white iron. Both are brittle, but malleable cast iron (produced by prolonged heat-treating), first made in 18th-century France, was developed into an industrial product in the U.S. Cast iron that is ductile as cast was invented in 1948. The latter now constitutes a major family of metals, widely used for gears, dies, automobile crankshafts, and many other machine parts
cast iron
(See Pig Iron)
cast iron
A type of iron, mass-produced in the nineteenth century, created by pouring molten iron into a mold; used for ornament, garden furniture, and building parts
cast iron
A material used in fan manufacture Liquid iron is poured into a mold to produce a part This material was used at first for motor housings and bases of fans As manufacturing techniques progressed motor housings were made of stamped steel Eventually even the base was made of stamped steel
cast off
To unfasten all lines in preparation for departure
cast off
Release ropes prior to departure
cast off
The releasing of the dog by the handler in the field
cast off
a calculation determining how much space copy will take up when typeset
cast off
get rid of; "he shed his image as a pushy boss"; "shed your clothes"
cast off
1 To let go a line, especially mooring or docking lines; 2 To remove the turns of a line from a cleat; 3 To untie a knot
cast off
make the last row of stitches when knitting
cast off
Prior to this movement, couples will have danced side-by-side across the set To cast off, partners separate, the gents moving anti-clockwise and the ladies clockwise around the set to meet again in the place opposite that from which they cast off
cast off
to untie the mooring line (larguer)
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. The essay exhorts women to cast off their servitude to husbands and priests
cast off
To untie or loose a rope or line
cast off
To let go
cast off
get rid of; something that has been gotten rid of
cast off
a typographic calculation to work out the space copy will take
cast off
Leading dancer goes down the set and returns around the outside of the line Alternately, all dancers turn outwards at the top of the set and return down the outside of the line
cast off
A finishing technique used on threads using a half-hitch knot [Rees, 1813][Devlin, 1840]
cast off
If you are on a boat and you cast off, you untie the rope that is keeping the boat in a fixed position. He cast off, heading out to the bay
cast on
make the first row of stitches when knitting
cast out
expel from a community or group
cast out
{f} throw away, cast away; drive out compellingly, expel from a group or a community
cast out
throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
caste
Although only four castes, Brahmin (scholar), kshatriya (warrior, protector), vaisya (business, agriculture), and sudra (service, unskilled labor) mentioned frequently, there are numerous other castes, as kamma, naidu, etc Caste system refers to geneology, and as such, individuals are proud of their origins, irrespective of the positioning of that particular caste in the larger context Caste system is a dominant feature of Hinduism, and the Hindus comprise 80% of the population In the case of the other 20%, caste system is irrelevant
caste
Clan society is rigidly divided into five caste: Warrior, Scientist, Merchant, Technician and Laborer Each caste has many subcastes, which are based on specialties within a professional field The Warrior Caste is based on a systematic eugenics program that uses the genes of prestigious successful current and past warriors to produce new members of the caste (See Sibko) These products of genetic engineering are known as Trueborns Other castes maintain a quality gene pool by strategic marriages within each caste
caste
(Cast): within a colony, any set of individuals having both a distinct form and specialized behaviors
caste
Clan society is rigidly divided into five castes: warrior, scientist, merchant, technician, and laborer Each caste has many subcastes, which are based on specialties within a professional field The warrior caste is based on a systematic eugenics program that uses the genes of prestigious, successful current and past warriors to produce new members of the caste (see Sibko) These products of genetic engineering are known as trueborns Other castes maintain a quality gene pool by strategic marriages within each caste
caste
Any of the hereditary social classes and subclasses of South Asian societies
caste
Caste is the system of dividing people in a society into different social classes. The caste system shapes nearly every facet of Indian life. Any of the ranked, hereditary, endogamous (see exogamy and endogamy) occupational groups that constitute traditional societies in certain regions of the world, particularly among Hindus in India. There caste is rooted in antiquity and specifies the rules and restrictions governing social intercourse and activity. Each caste has its own customs that restrict the occupations and dietary habits of its members and their social contact with other castes. There are about 3,000 castes, or jatis (broadly, "form of existence fixed by birth"), and more than 25,000 subcastes in India. They are traditionally grouped into four major classes, or varnas ("colours"). At the top are the Brahmans, followed by the Kshatriyas, Vaishyas, and Shudras. Those with the most defiling jobs (such as those who dispose of body emissions and dead animals) are ranked beneath the Shudras. Considered untouchable, they were simply dubbed as "the fifth" (panchama) category. Although a great many spheres of life in modern India are little influenced by caste, most marriages are nevertheless arranged within the caste. This is in part because most people live in rural communities and because the arrangement of marriages is a family activity carried out through existing networks of kinship and caste. In biology, a subset of individuals within a colony of social animals (chiefly ants, bees, termites, and wasps) that has a specialized function and is distinguished from other subsets by morphological and anatomical differences. Typical insect castes are the queen (the female responsible for reproduction), workers (the usually sterile female caretakers of the queen, eggs, and larvae), soldiers (defenders of the colony; also sterile females), and sometimes drones (short-lived males). The differentiation of larvae into various castes is often determined by diet, though hormonal and environmental factors can also play a role
caste
the systemic delineation of social class in Indian society It consists fundamentally of four levels: seers (priests, teachers), administrators (military leaders, business owners), producers (skilled craftspersons), and servants (unskilled laborers) Historically, there have and do exist subcasts below even the lowest of these It is difficult if not impossible to reconcile this social reality with a political system in which all citizens supposedly have basic constitutional rights accorded to them From a religious standpoint, caste is irrevocably tied to Karma Recent efforts at social/religious reform are, as yet, ineffective and have in some cases resulted in violence between castes
caste
A system of socioeconomic stratification in which strata are closed and a person’s membership is determined at birth
caste
jati
caste
System that divides the Indian people into different groups
caste
a social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank or profession or wealth
caste
social status or position conferred by a system based on class; "lose caste by doing work beneath one's station"
caste
a social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank or profession or wealth (Hinduism) a hereditary social class among Hindus; stratified according to ritual purity social status or position conferred by a system based on class; "lose caste by doing work beneath one's station
caste
A separate and fixed order or class of persons in society who chiefly hold intercourse among themselves
caste
A caste is one of the traditional social classes into which people are divided in a Hindu society. Most of the upper castes worship the Goddess Kali
caste
{i} one of the four classes into which Hindu society is separated; class, station, social position; status
caste
n a social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank, profession, or wealth : social position or status
caste
(Hinduism) a hereditary social class among Hindus; stratified according to ritual purity
caste
The Clans are divided into five castes: warrior, scientist, merchant, technician and laborer, in descending order of influence Each has many subcastes based on specialized skills The warrior caste is largely the product of the artificial breeding program; those candidates who fail their Trial of Position are assigned to the scientist or technician caste, giving those castes as significant concentration of trueborn members Most of the civilian castes are made up of the results of scientist-decreed arranged marriages within the castes The children of all castes undergo intensive scrutiny during their schooling to determine the caste for which they are best suited, though most end up in the same caste as their parents Thsi process allows children born to members of civilian castes to enter training to become warriors, though they belong to the less-prestigious ranks of the freeborn
caste
Clan society is rigidly divided into five castes: warrior, scientist, merchant, technician, and labourer Each caste has many subcastes, which are based on specialties within a professional field The warrior caste is based on a systematic eugenics program that uses the genes of prestigious, successful current and past warriors to produce new warriors of the caste (see sibko) These products of genetic engineering are known as Trueborns Other castes maintain a quality gene pool by strategic marriages within each caste
caste
Position held in social insect (e g some wasps and ants) hierarchy, i e Queen, Soldier, Worker, Male
caste
One of the hereditary classes into which the Hindoos are divided according to the laws of Brahmanism
casting
The act of viewing (and often converting) the information contained in a variable of one type as if that information was of another type
casting
The process of forming molten metal into a particular shape by pouring it into a mold and letting it harden
casting
The forming of molten metal into a particular shape by pouring the molten material into a precisely shaped mold or die There are several casting processes used in making iron and steel shapes (green sand, dry sand, shell mold, core mold, permanent mold, ceramic mold, expandable pattern, centrifugal, continuous and die casting) with the die casting process the most popular method of casting non-ferrous metals (primarily zinc, aluminum, and magnesium and less often copper, tin, and lead)
casting
the choice of actors to play particular roles in a play or movie
casting
The warping of a board
casting
Pouring molten metal into a mold to create a three-dimensional object
casting
A method of reproducing in quantity by using liquid clay & molds
casting
the act of selecting actors, singers, dancers, models, etc
casting
The regurgitation of fur, feathers, and other undigestible material by hawks, to clean and empty their crops
casting
the mass of metal so cast; as, a casting in iron; bronze casting
casting
The method of forming metal objects by pouring molten metal into a mold and allowing in to harden
casting
Seldom-used form of making wet process porcelain insulators where a difficult shape is desired Thick clay slip is poured into a plaster mold The plaster mold absorbs the excess water leaving a semi-dry clay body
casting
Metal object obtained by pouring molten metal into a mold; also the act of pouring metal
casting
The forming of metal parts by pouring molten metal or other material into a mould This is the cheapest way of making large quantities of parts that are of shapes that cannot be produced by stamping The parts are not generally as stong as those that can be made by forging, and parts made in a re-usable mould cannot be of as complicated shape as is possible with CNC machining from billets, because some shapes cannot be removed from a mould without breaking it An exotic form of casting, called investment casting or "lost wax" casting permits casting of complicated shapes by using single-use plaster moulds that can be broken apart to free the cast part from the mould This is an expensive process used mainly for high quality lugs and fork crowns
casting
A casting is an object or piece of machinery which has been made by pouring a liquid such as hot metal into a container, so that when it hardens it has the required shape. see also cast = cast. Pouring of molten metal into a mold, where it solidifies into the shape of the mold. The process was well established in the Bronze Age, when it was used to form bronze pieces now found in museums. It is particularly valuable for the economical production of complex shapes, ranging from mass-produced parts for automobiles to one-of-a-kind production of statues, jewelry, or massive machinery. Most steel and iron castings (see cast iron) are poured into silica sand. For metals of lower melting point, such as aluminum or zinc, molds can be made of another metal or of sand. See also die casting, founding, investment casting, lost-wax casting, patternmaking. die casting investment casting lost wax casting
casting
the choice of actors to play particular roles in a play or movie the act of throwing a fishing line out over the water by means of a rod and reel
casting
The process by which a liquid or plastic substance is formed into a solid mass by pouring the material into a mold and letting it cool to harden Usually refers to molten metals
casting
a process in which slip, or liquid clay, is poured into a mold and then allowed to set The result is a piece of clayware duplicating the shape of the mold
casting
Explicit conversion from one data type to another
casting
Generic term referring to a process by which a complex shape is formed by pouring a fluid material into a shaped mold
casting
The act or process of making casts or impressions, or of shaping metal or plaster in a mold; the act or the process of pouring molten metal into a mold
casting
The process of making an art object by pouring liquid material into a mold When the material has hardened, the mold is removed A primary type of casting is the lost wax process
casting
The process of pouring molten glass into a mold
casting
the act of creating something by casting it in a mold
casting
The mapping of an internal data type to an external data type or vice versa Casting allows a data type to be used as some other type as long as such a mapping exists See internal and external data types
casting
a manufacturing process using a mold
casting
the act of pouring slip into a mold
casting
the process of making reproductions from a master model; also the unpainted lighthouse from the mold
casting
A product that has been fabricated by pouring molten metal into an engineered mold and permitted to solidify in this configuration Titanium castings have been successfully marketed to a broad spectrum of applications but because of titanium's reactive properties, the casting of titanium remains a complex process
casting
- A method of shaping an object by melting the metal and pouring it into a specially prepared mold On cooling, the metal retains the shape of the mold
casting
The formation of objects by pouring molten metal into molds
casting
The forming of metal objects by pouring molten metal into moulds
casting
The act of casting off, or that which is cast off, as skin, feathers, excrement, etc
casting
object formed by a mold
casting
{i} throwing; act of casting in a mold, shaping; act of choosing actors for a movie or play
casting
A process that involves pouring liquid material such as molten metal, clay, wax, or plaster into a mold When the liquid hardens, the mold is removed, leaving a form in the shape of the mold
casting
the act of throwing a fishing line out over the water by means of a rod and reel
casting
The generic name for a wide variety of techniques used to form glass in a mold
casting
The act of one who casts or throws, as in fishing
casting
That which is cast in a mold; esp
cast