Word: forges

Category: forges

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Related words: forges

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Synonyms: forges

smithy

Translations: forges

spanish
fraguas, forjas, ferrerías, forja


german
schmiedet, fälscht

french
forge

italian
fucine, Forges, forge, di Forges, ferriere

portuguese
forjas, Forges, forja, forjarias, das Forges

dutch
smederijen, Forges, smeedt, van Forges, smederij

russian
горны, кузницы, Forges, Форж, кузниц

norwegian
smiene, i Forges, smiene sine, med smiene

swedish
smedjor, Forges, smidesässjor, för Forges, smedjorna

finnish
takoo, Forges, takomoiden, takomoissa, takomoa

danish
smedjer, Forges, esserne, for Forges

czech
výhně, kovárny, Forges, výhní

polish
kuźnie, kuźni, ogniska kowalskie, kowalskie

hungarian
kohók, kovácstűzhely, kohókhoz, hámorok, Forges

turkish
demirci ocakları, uydurandan

greek
σιδηρουργεία, Forges, σιδηρουργικά καμίνια, της Forges

ukrainian
горни, сурми, горна, сигнальні ріжки

albanian
Shpif, përpunon, e përpunon, falsifikon, çan

bulgarian
ковачници, ковашки огнища

belarusian
горны, гораны

estonian
sepikojad, sepistusmasinad, sepikodade, Forges'i, Forges

croatian
kovačnice, Forges

icelandic
smiðjur, Forges

lithuanian
žaizdrai, žaizdrų

latvian
ēzes, smēdes

macedonian
ковачниците

romanian
Forges, forje, forjelor, forja, de forje

slovenian
kovačnice

slovak
vyhne, kováčske vyhne

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The meaning and "use of": forges

noun
  • a blacksmith's workshop; a smithy.

verb
  • make or shape (a metal object) by heating it in a fire or furnace and beating or hammering it.
  • produce a copy or imitation of (a document, signature, banknote, or work or art) for the purpose of deception.
  • move forward gradually or steadily.

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