cast-iron adjective Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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cast-ironadjective

uk   /ˌkɑːstˈaɪən/  us   /ˌkæstˈaɪrn/
cast-iron guarantee, alibi, etc. a guarantee, alibi, etc. that can be trusted completely: Can you give me a cast-iron guarantee that the work will be completed on time? [before noun] very strong: He has a cast-iron stomach - he can eat anything.
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