Examples of casting in a Sentence
The workers make metal castings for truck engines.
Recent Examples of casting from the Web
Producers are hosting an upcoming, open casting call for extras of all ages and races who may have a line (or two or three) to ride on buses; appear in courtrooms and hospital scenes; as well as playing customers going in and out of a gas station.
The casting couch is alive and well, and only those who survived it have both the credibility and the career safety to break the cycle.
In early Bronze Age foundries, one group of people in a workshop would make the molds, another group would do the casting, and yet another would handle the finishing.
Those interested can preregister online or fill out an application ahead of the casting call.
After all, in the comics, Jughead has an identical twin cousin named Souphead, so having Dylan step into that role would be some seriously ideal casting.
For one thing, casting showed ethnic diversity: Ms. Abrera, Misty Copeland and Calvin Royal III all took lead roles.
At New York Comic-Con in September 2017, Riverdale executive producer, Jon Goldwater, revealed that the Sabrina reboot was already in the casting stage.
There was some luxury casting of smaller roles: the potent bass Matthew Rose as Norma’s father and the tribal chief Oroveso, and the opulent soprano Michelle Bradley as Clotilde, nursemaid to Norma’s children.
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First Known Use of casting
CASTING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of casting for English Language Learners
: something made from material that hardens in a mold
CASTING Defined for Kids
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