cast-off definition

  • adjective:
    • Alternative spelling of castoff.
    • Cast or set apart; discarded; discarded.
    • discarded
  • others:
    • Laid aside; refused: because, cast-off livery.
  • noun:
    • In firearms, the outward fold of a gun-stock, wherein the line of picture is brought inwards to fulfill a person's eye much more easily.
    • In publishing, the computation of specific area is permitted for each line or division of a table, a bit of songs, or perhaps the want: because, to pass the cast-off (that's, to communicate to other compositors the result of these types of a computation).
  • verb:
    • result in the final line of stitches whenever knitting
    • get rid of

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