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undercast (plural undercasts)
- Something viewed from above through another medium, as of clouds viewed from an airplane.
- (mining) An air-passage crossing a road in a mine by means of an airtight box or channel beneath it.
- To allocate the parts in (a play or film) to insufficiently skilled actors.
- To throw under or beneath.
- Noun: Dictionary.com
- Verb: Concise Oxford English Dictionary Version 1.0