Übersetzung von “iron” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

iron

nouniron /ˈaɪərn/
uncountable a metal used to make steel and necessary for a good diet
fer masculine

***a gate made of iron
un portail en fer

400 mg of iron in the vitamin
400 mg de fer dans la vitamine
countable a device using heat to press clothes flat
fer masculine (à repasser)

a steam iron
un fer à vapeur

iron

verb transitiveiron /ˈaɪərn/
to use an iron to press clothes flat
repasser

to iron a shirt
repasser une chemise

iron out

verb phrasaliron out [ ˈaɪərn ˈaʊt ]
***to resolve a problem
aplanir

a meeting to iron out any differences
une réunion pour aplanir toutes divergences

iron

adjectiveiron /ˈaɪərn/
made of iron
de/en fer

an iron bar
une barre de fer
very strong or determined
de fer

his iron constitution
sa santé de fer

(Übersetzung von “iron” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

iron

noun /ˈaiən/

(also adjective ) (of) an element that is the most common metal, is very hard, and is widely used for making tools etc

fer
Steel is made from iron
The ground is as hard as iron
iron railings

a flat-bottomed instrument that is heated up and used for smoothing clothes etc

fer (à repasser)
I’ve burnt a hole in my dress with the iron.

a type of golf-club.

fer
ironing noun

clothes etc waiting to be ironed, or just ironed

repassage
What a huge pile of ironing!
irons noun plural

formerly, a prisoner’s chains

fers
They put him in irons.
ironing-board noun

a padded board on which to iron clothes.

planche à repasser
ironmonger noun

a dealer in articles of metal eg tools, locks etc and other goods.

quincailler/-ière
ironmongery noun

the business or goods of an ironmonger.

quincaillerie
have several irons in the fire ( have too many etc irons in the fire)

to be involved in, or doing, several etc things at the same time.

mener trop d’affaires de front
iron out

to get rid of (creases etc) by ironing.

faire disparaître au fer
It’s going to be tricky to iron out all the creases in this shirt.

to get rid of (difficulties etc) so that progress becomes easier.

aplanir
There are still a few small problems that need ironing out.
strike while the iron is hot

to act etc while the situation is favourable.

battre le fer pendant qu’il est chaud

(Übersetzung von “iron” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)