Schmiede, Esseschmieden, fälschen, nachmachen
Noun(1) furnace consisting of a special hearth where metal is heated before shaping(2) a workplace where metal is worked by heating and hammering
Verb(1) create by hammering(2) make a copy of with the intent to deceive(3) come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle(4) move ahead steadily(5) move or act with a sudden increase in speed or energy(6) make something, usually for a specific function(7) make out of components (often in an improvising manner
(1) And then he'd gone and blown the blacksmith's forge up.(2) We have a large building complex on the old Donnelleys site, several flats built on the site of the old forge and more on the Ainsty bakery site.(3) Twenty years ago there was talk about using our five stations and new satellite technology to forge a strong, national, progressive voice.(4) He made his mirrors from speculum metal - four parts copper to one part tin - but had to construct a forge to melt the speculum and cast the disc from which the mirror could be ground.(5) And because it is an unsigned copy, they don't even have to forge a signature.(6) Mr Godbold's work has taken him all over Britain and he says the variety is what makes his job most interesting, although he now spends more than half his time in the office rather than the forge .(7) A small boy operating the bellows in the blacksmith's forge cost the rider an extra time delay in addition to the hours he had lost making the repair.(8) Government has reaffirmed its commitment to forge strong ties with the private sector in order to create employment and reduce poverty.(9) You have to forge along, carefully treading a new way, trusting that your sense of direction has you going toward the right destination.(10) We could not produce blue-prints or mould metal pokers in the forge .(11) Is it actually possible to forge corporate documents simply by cutting and pasting them on a computer?(12) He feels he gets his musical talents from his late grandfather, Tom Dalton, who played the fiddle and who once owned a forge in Abbeyleix and from his mother Mary who also plays the accordion.(13) Offerings have to be prepared four times in the course of the kris making: when the job is about to begin, to forge the metal, to plate it and to bathe it.(14) I wasn't sure I knew how to forge a metal like that, let alone how to make the synthetic compounds that made the stock and foregrip.(15) At the forge , the blacksmith was putting out his fires and calling his two dogs, who trembled as they felt, with that sixth sense that humans have not, the threat of the oncoming storm.(16) The Bell, once the village pub, shut in 1988 and is now the The Bell House; alongside, only the name remains of what was the forge .
(1) forge ahead :: mächtig an Vorsprung gewinnen
1. smithy ::
2. hammer out ::
3. build ::
4. fake ::
5. advance steadily ::
6. devise ::
7. hammer ::
8. form ::
9. fashion ::
10. spirt ::
Different Formsforge, forged, forges, forging, forgings
Word Example from TV Shows
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The best way to FORGE a lasting alliance
isn't by peeling a man's skin off.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3
and FORGE weapons from it.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3
in the Forge.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 10
If the day ever comes when that boy
would rather wield a sword than FORGE one,
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4
- It's called the Forge.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 9
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