cast

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 [ˈkɑːst]


For the verb: "to cast"

Simple Past: cast
Past Participle: cast
WordReference Collins English Usage © 2019
cast
If you cast a glance in a particular direction, you glance in that direction.
Carmody casts an uneasy glance at Howard.
Out came Napoleon, casting haughty glances from side to side.
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The verb cast has several other meanings. Note that for all its meanings its past tense and past participle is cast, not ‘casted’.
He cast a quick glance at his friend.
He cast his mind back over the day.
He had cast doubt on our traditional beliefs.
Will had cast his vote for the President.
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