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furnace

noun   /ˈfɜː·nɪs/
a large piece of equipment that is used to melt metals horno
US a large piece of equipment that is used to heat buildings horno
(Definition of furnace from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

furnace

noun /ˈfəːnis/
a very hot oven or closed-in fireplace for melting iron ore, making steam for heating etc horno a blast furnace.
(Definition of furnace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “furnace”
in Korean 용광로, (미)보일러…
in Arabic فُرْن…
in Malaysian relau…
in French chaudière…
in Russian печь, топка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熔爐, 暖氣爐…
in Italian fornace, caldaia…
in Turkish ocak, fırın…
in Polish piec…
in Vietnamese lò luyện kim, lò nấu thuỷ tinh…
in Portuguese caldeira…
in Thai เตาหลอม…
in German der (Schmelz-)ofen…
in Catalan forn…
in Japanese 溶鉱炉, 暖房炉, かまど…
in Chinese (Simplified) 熔炉, 暖气炉…
in Indonesian peleburan…
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