- (transitive) to wash something onto the shore.
- (transitive, dated) to compute.
- 1771, Arthur Burns, Geodaesia Improved:
- When the Columns N S E W, are compleated, cast up the Figures in the Columns N and S, and also those in the Columns E and W.
- 1913, D.H. Lawrence, Sons and Lovers, chapter 11
- He hated her as she bent forward and pored over his things. He hated her way of patiently casting him up, as if he were an endless psychological account.
- (transitive) to bring up as a reproach.
- (transitive, somewhat archaic) to construct by digging.
- to cast up earthworks