[ US /ɹiˈkæstɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪkˈɑːstɪŋ/ ]
  1. changing a particular word or phrase
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How To Use recasting In A Sentence

  • When we moved from pilot to series, the notion of recasting Mitchell, Annie and Herrick was met with wails of despair. SFX
  • Forecasting is a basic ingredient of business planning.
  • All of this is apart from the problems inherent in recasting such an important part. Twilight Lexicon » Movie News
  • In the one-step ahead forecasting situation, we assumed that the industrial practitioners updated their data quarterly.
  • People should be able to see a noticeable improvement in the accuracy of forecasting. Times, Sunday Times
  • Weather forecasting is an inexact science.
  • Inevitably, there is suspicion that the latest internal recasting of the MoD, though triggered by 10 months' work by Lord Levene and the defence reform unit, has also been shaped at the 11th hour by Downing Street's extreme anger at recent unauthorised public complaints by the service chiefs about the sustainability of the Libya mission. Ministry of Defence: Too many chiefs | Editorial
  • Forecasting methods now commonly employed for this purpose rely on time-series approaches that generally ignore economic content.
  • But the catering, hotel and retail sector is still forecasting a 20% increase in graduate intake.
  • Was that reporting, or doom-laden forecasting? Times, Sunday Times
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