Definition of 'forge'
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It might forge another career for me. The Sun (2016)We will be able to forge relationships on our own terms. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It should be one in which we all work together to forge the future. The Sun (2016)Others can forge a stage career. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They forged a close relationship. The Sun (2016)He rallied a group around his plan and forged ahead. Christianity Today (2000)Many other people with money have forged careers as presenters. The Sun (2008)If your friendship matters to you both you will work on forging a deeper bond. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We look forward to forging a new one with where our new show is going. Times, Sunday Times (2015)That is how they will forge their character and how they will get experience. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She also forged close relationships with the younger royals. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She will need to forge strong relations with the leaders. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is rather hard to forge a relationship when you are in and out of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This coalition was forged by not one but two pragmatic politicians. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It probably hit a raw nerve in a country tentatively forging an independent identity and sensitive about its folklore. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But increasing numbers of people are becoming aware of the charity sector as a place to work and forge a career. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Women here don't seem to be forging ahead very fast. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In retirement he forged a second career as an expert on early English marine artists. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Will it be forging ahead, prosperity back on track? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I recently noticed some financial discrepancies and discovered my signature had been forged on documents. The Sun (2011)After she left there, she forged a career in modelling and worked in clubs and bars to make ends meet. The Sun (2014)Downing Street is already working hard to forge ties with Obama. The Sun (2008)Indeed, it does look quite adult when coalition politicians can honestly admit their differences, put them to one side and forge agreement and compromise. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'forge'
British English: forge /fɔːdʒ/ VERB
If someone forges banknotes, documents, or paintings, they make false copies of them in order to deceive people.
He forged her signature.
- American English: forge
- Arabic: يُزَوِّرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: forjar
- Chinese: 伪造
- Croatian: krivotvoriti
- Czech: padělat
- Danish: forfalske
- Dutch: vervalsen
- European Spanish: falsificar
- Finnish: takoa metallia
- French: contrefaire
- German: schmieden
- Greek: σφυρηλατώ
- Italian: contraffare
- Japanese: 鍛造する
- Korean: 단조하다 금속
- Norwegian: utforme
- Polish: wykuć
- European Portuguese: forjar
- Romanian: a falsifica
- Russian: фальсифицировать
- Spanish: falsificar
- Swedish: kämpa sig fram
- Thai: ปลอมแปลง
- Turkish: dövmek demir
- Ukrainian: підроблювати
- Vietnamese: làm giả
Definition of forge from the Collins English Dictionary
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