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iron

noun [C] (GOLF)
高爾夫球
 
 
/aɪən/ US  /aɪrn/
a stick which has an iron or steel part at the end that is used to hit the ball in golf
(高爾夫球運動中的)鐵頭球杆,鐵杆
He'll probably use a 2 or 3 iron for the shot.
他這一擊很可能要用2號或3號鐵頭球杆。
Golf
(Definition of iron noun (GOLF) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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