Translation of recast in Spanish:

recast

Pronunciation: /riːˈkæst; riːˈkɑːst/

vt (past & past p recast)

  • 1 1.1 [bell/canon] refundir 1.2 [formal] [sentence/paragraph] volver* a escribir or redactar; [system/project] reestructurar
  • 2 [Theat] the play has been recast le han cambiado el reparto or el elenco a la obra, la obra tiene un nuevo reparto or elenco the part was recast le dieron el papel a otro actor the major roles have been recast han cambiado a los actores de los papeles principales

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