backcast definition

  • verb:
    • to spot those things required to be able to attain a proposed future.
    • To change retrospectively; reverse.
  • noun:
    • A cast or throw back.
    • A backward stroke, or a stroke driving someone straight back.
    • Any discouragement or reason for relapse or failure.
    • Misfortune; reverse; reversal; a relapse in health or infection; ethical backsliding.
    • Retrospect; hindsight.
    • backwater
    • something which brings misfortune upon one, or triggers failure trying or enterprise; a reverse.
    • A cast or throw-back.
    • A backward stroke, or a stroke driving a person straight back; hence, figuratively, any frustration or reason behind relapse or failure.
  • adjective:
    • Retrospective.
  • adverb:
    • (of the time) Long ago; in the past.
  • others:
    • Cast or tossed straight back: since, “back-cast ideas,”

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