re·cast verb \(ˌ)rē-ˈkast\
: to change the actors in (a play, movie, or television show)
: to give a new role to (an actor)
: to present (something) in a different way
Examples of RECAST
- The director decided to recast the movie with unknowns.
- When she quit the movie, I was recast in the leading role.
- The director recast some of the actors in the play.
- You should recast the last sentence in your essay to make it clearer.
- He recast his political image to fit the times.
First Known Use of RECAST
Related to RECAST
- alter, make over, modify, change, redo, refashion, remake, remodel, revamp, revise, rework, vary
- fix, freeze, set, stabilize
Rhymes with RECAST
, at last
, full blast
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