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Results for: iron Translations: 1 – 30 / 42 English English iron (Fe) metallic element (Chemistry); device used to remove wrinkles from fabric; items made from iron metal, `:Fe, clothes presser, computer hardware, cover with iron, fetter prisoner, handgun, harsh character, heated tool, made of iron, resembling iron,... angle iron angle bar, L-shaped metal bar branding iron brand, tool for branding something cast iron hard brittle iron cast-iron allowing no change, of cast iron, very strong channel iron bar with U-shaped cross section climbing iron spikes attached to boots cramp iron cramp curling iron curling tongs, heated rod for curling hair dog iron andiron driving iron golf club galvanized iron iron which has been coated with a thin layer of zinc by means of an electric current GI (galvanized iron) iron or steel specially coated with zinc in order to prevent rust (also g.i.) grappling iron grapnel, grappling hook ingot iron very pure iron Iron Age archaeological time iron age degenerate era iron blue blue pigment Iron Cross German military medal Iron Curtain former European border iron curtain impenetrable barrier, impenetrable barrier; line of demarcation between Western Europe and the Russian zone of influence; political and ideological barrier that cuts off and isolates an area (especially as the Soviets did with their satellite states) iron gray dark gray-green iron hand rigorous control iron horse steam locomotive iron lung breathing apparatus iron maiden torture instrument iron out settle or resolve something, smooth something iron oxide compound of iron and oxygen iron pan hard layer in sand or gravel iron pyrites pyrite
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