The action of forging or producing a copy of a document, signature, banknote, or work of art
A forged or copied document, signature, banknote, or work of art
counterfeit: a copy that is represented as the original
criminal falsification by making or altering an instrument with intent to defraud
(forged) bad: reproduced fraudulently; "like a bad penny..."; "a forged twenty dollar bill"
(forger) someone who operates a forge
Forgery is the process of making, adapting, or imitating objects, statistics, or documents (see false document), with the intent to deceive. The similar crime of fraud is the crime of deceiving another, including through the use of objects obtained through forgery. ...
Art forgery refers to creating and, in particular, selling works of art that are falsely attributed to be work of another, usually more famous, artist. Art forgery is extremely lucrative, but modern dating and analysis techniques have made the identification of forged artwork much simpler.
In a cryptographic digital signature or MAC system, forgery is the ability to create a pair consisting of a message and a signature (or MAC) that is valid for , where has not been signed in the past by the legitimate signer. There are three types of forgery: Existential, Selective, and Universal.
(Forged (film)) Forged is a 2010 drama directed by William Wedig starring Manny Perez, David Castro, Jaime Tirelli, Kevin Breznehan, and Margo Martindale . The film is a gritty, redemptive story about a father and son reconnecting while on the run from their past.
(The Forger) The Forger is a novel by Paul Watkins about a young American painter who comes to Paris in order to pursue a lifelong dream of the romantic life of a painter in the period prior to World War II. ...
The act of forging metal into shape; The act of forging, fabricating, or producing falsely; especially the crime of fraudulently making or altering a writing or signature purporting to be made by another, the false making or material alteration of or addition to a written instrument for the ...
(forged) fake (as documents); Fabricated by forging or at a forge, by working hot metal
(forger) Person who falsifies documents with intent to defraud, eg, to create a false will; Person who forges metals
(Forged) Considered to be the best wheel manufacturing technique, forging allows for the compression of an aluminum billet (one solid piece of aluminum) into an aluminum wheel using over 13 million pounds of pressure combined with heat. ...
(Forged) A club where the head is made from one piece of light alloy/metal. A forged club gives a golfer more feeling when striking the ball.
(Forged) Forging means that the clubhead is made from a single solid piece of steel that is heated and cooled into the correct shape, instead of being cast in a preformed mould. Often a forged iron will give you more "feel".
(forged) ferrous metal shaped, usually by hammering, while at a red or white heat in blacksmithing, or cold in the case of non-ferrous metals.
(FORGED) A forming process which dramatically changes the length and cross contours of a material to form highly sculpted shapes.
(FORGED) The process of forming ingots, blooms and billets into wrought shaped products by applying pressure at elevated temperatures using a press. Some austenitic stainless steels and nonferrous alloys are formed at room temperature.
(Forged) A blacksmith shapes iron by first softening it in a very hot fire-usually produced with coal. A skilled blacksmith can judge just how hot and malleable a piece of metal is by its color-white, yellow, orange, red or purple. ...
(Forged) Combining both Anvil and Hammer elements.
(aka: "forged irons") a process by which iron clubheads are manufactured. Specifically the heads are stamped or hammered into shape and then filed and ground into a finished product. The opposite of 'cast'. ...
(forged) Given form or shape (originally of metal by heating and hammering).
(Forger) a person who forged metal, e.g. a Blacksmith.
(forger) falsificador; forjador
In general, any false writing with intent to defraud.