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recast (v.)

also re-cast, c. 1600, "to throw again," from re- "back, again" + cast (v.). Sense of "to cast or form anew, remodel," especially of literary works and other writing, is from 1790. Meaning "compute anew" is by 1865. Theater sense of "assign an actor or role to another role or actor" is by 1951. Related: Recasting. As a noun, "a fresh molding, arrangement, or modification," by 1840.

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Definitions of recast from WordNet

recast (v.)
cast again, in a different role;
He was recast as Iago
recast (v.)
cast again;
The bell cracked and had to be recast
Synonyms: remold / remould
recast (v.)
cast or model anew;
She had to recast her image to please the electorate in her home state
Synonyms: reforge / remodel
From wordnet.princeton.edu