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Meaning of “wrought iron” - Learner’s Dictionary

wrought iron

noun [U]    
iron that can be bent into shapes and used to make gates, furniture, etcMetals and metalworkingChemical elements
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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