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forge

US [fɔrdʒ]
UK [fɔː(r)dʒ]
  • v.锻造;制定;锻炼;(坚定地)勉力前进
  • n.锻压;锻造厂;(思想等的)锻炼;铁工厂
  • Web伪造;铸造;锻炉
Plural Form:forges  Past Participle:forged  Present Participle:forging  
forge
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
艰苦干成;努力加强to put a lot of effort into making sth successful or strong so that it will last
a move to forge new links between management and workers
努力建立劳资新关系的措施
Strategic alliances are being forged with major European companies.
正与欧洲主要公司设法结成战略同盟。
She forged a new career in the music business.
她在乐坛上另创一番新事业。
2.
[t]
~ sth
伪造;假冒to make an illegal copy of sth in order to cheat people
to forge a passport/banknote/cheque
伪造护照╱钞票╱支票
He's getting good at forging his mother's signature.
他把母亲的签名伪造得越来越像了。
3.
[t]
~ sth (from sth)
锻造;制作to shape metal by heating it in a fire and hitting it with a hammer; to make an object in this way
swords forged from steel
用钢锻造的刀剑
4.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
稳步前进to move forward in a steady but powerful way
He forged through the crowds to the front of the stage.
他挤过人群稳步走到台前。
She forged into the lead(= in a competition, race, etc.) .
她(在比赛、赛跑等中)稳步领先。
n.
1.
铁匠铺a place where objects are made by heating and shaping pieces of metal, especially one where a blacksmith works
2.
锻铁炉;锻造车间;锻造工厂a large piece of equipment used for heating metals in; a building or part of a factory where this is found

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