die-cast

[dahy-kast, -kahst]

adjective

formed by die casting.

Nearby words

  1. die off,
  2. die out,
  3. die stamping,
  4. die to,
  5. die with one's boots on,
  6. die-casting,
  7. die-cutting,
  8. die-hard,
  9. die-off,
  10. dieb. alt.

Origin of die-cast

First recorded in 1905–10

die cast

or die-cast

verb (used with object)

to shape or form by die casting.

Origin of die cast

First recorded in 1905–10

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British Dictionary definitions for die-cast

die-cast

verb -casts, -casting or -cast

(tr) to shape or form (a metal or plastic object) by introducing molten metal or plastic into a reusable mould, esp under pressure, by gravity, or by centrifugal force
Derived Formsdie-casting, noun

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