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wrought iron

noun [U] uk   us  
iron that can be bent into attractive shapes and used to make gates, furniture, etc.: wrought-iron gates
Translations of “wrought iron”
in Chinese (Traditional) (製作大門、傢俱等的)鍛鐵, 熟鐵…
in Russian кованое железо…
in Turkish demir dövme…
in Chinese (Simplified) (制作大门、家具等的)锻铁, 熟铁…
in Polish kute żelazo…
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