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iron

noun
 
 
/aɪən/
METAL [U] B1 a dark grey metal used to make steel (= very strong metal) and found in small amounts in blood and food (formula Fe)
железо
an iron bar/gateChemical elementsMetals and metalworkingChemical elements
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT [C] B1 a piece of electrical equipment that you use for making clothes flat and smooth
утюг
→  See also cast iron , wrought iron Cleaning clothes
Translations of “iron”
in Korean 철, 다리미…
in Arabic حَديد, مِكْواة…
in French fer, fer (à repasser)…
in Italian ferro, ferro da stiro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 金屬, 鐵…
in Turkish demir, ütü…
in Polish żelazo, żelazko…
in Spanish hierro, plancha, palo de hierro…
in Portuguese ferro…
in German das Eisen, eisern, das Bügeleisen…
in Catalan ferro, planxa…
in Japanese 鉄, アイロン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金属, 铁…
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