Definition of undercast in English:

undercast

transitive verbpast participle verb undercast

[with object]usually be undercast
  • Allocate the parts in (a play or movie) to insufficiently skilled actors.

    ‘Apart from the lead, the play is undercast, and it is sloppily staged, even making experienced actors seen ineffectual.’
    • ‘An undercast and uninterestingly 'effective' production.’

Pronunciation

undercast

/ˌəndərˈkast/ /ˌəndərˈkæst/