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    Default Scraped or Scrapped?

    Hello everybody.

    Once I heard the word "cast-off".. well, I'd like to use it instead of "scrap".

    So, we have the sentence: "The delay was caused by some scrapped pieces"

    Is it right to say "The delay was caused by some casted-off pieces" ??? Can I use this word as an adjective?

    Thank you!!!!

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    Default Re: Scraped or Scrapped?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodrigo
    Hello everybody.

    Once I heard the word "cast-off".. well, I'd like to use it instead of "scrap".

    So, we have the sentence: "The delay was caused by some scrapped pieces"

    Is it right to say "The delay was caused by some casted-off pieces" ??? Can I use this word as an adjective?

    Thank you!!!!
    You may want to use "scrapped" in relation to production.
    "Casted-off" - no - the term is cast-off (noun).

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