forge

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Noun[change]

Singular
forge

Plural
forges

  1. A forge is a fire or furnace used to heat metal.
    The blacksmith worked at his forge, shaping horseshoes.
  2. A forge is a place where metal is shaped and tempered.

Verb[change]

Plain form
forge

Third-person singular
forges

Past tense
forged

Past participle
forged

Present participle
forging

  1. To forge metal is to heat it and then shape it.
  2. To forge something is to fake it.
    He was arrested for forging documents.
  3. To forge is to shape or adapt something with a lot of care.
    He was able to forge close friendships with the rest of the team.

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