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iron Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung



Eisen {n} Fe [chem.]
iron
bügeln
iron
Eisen {n} [chem.]
iron
Eisen {n} Fe [chem.]
iron
Eisen
iron
Bügeleisen
iron
plaetten
to iron
ins reine bringen
iron out
Eisenstange
iron bar
Eisenbarren {m}
bar iron
Eisenerz
iron ore
Eisenerz {n}
iron ore
Eisenerz
iron-ore
Eisenstange
iron rod
Roheisen {n}
pig iron
Stabeisen {n}
bar-iron
Eisenerz {n} [min.]
iron ore
Weicheisen {n}
soft iron
Gusseisen
cast iron
Gusseisen {n}, Gußeisen {n} [alt]
cast iron
Weicheisen
soft iron
Kerneisen {n}
core iron
Eisenspat {m} [min.]
iron spar
Kerneisen
core iron
Eisensand {m} [min.]
iron sand
Eisendraht {m}
iron wire
Rostgelb {n}; Nankinggelb {n}
iron buff
Eisenwinkel {m}
angle iron
Eisenfärbung {f} [chem.] [med.]
iron stain
Eisenhütte
iron works
Alteisen {n}; Eisenschrott {m}
scrap iron
Eisenblech
sheet-iron
Eisenhütte
iron-works
Spatenbeschlag {m}, Spatenschuh {m}
spade iron
Eisenteile {pl} (in der Kohle) [mach.]
tramp iron
Winkeleisen {n}
angle iron
Eisengitter {n}
iron grate
Eisenblech
sheet iron
Spatenbeschlag {m}; Spatenschuh {m}
spade iron
Dampfross {n}
iron horse
ausbügeln, ausgleichen, aus dem Weg räumen, ins Reine bringen
to iron out
Waffeleisen {n} [cook.]
waffle iron
ausbügeln; ausgleichen; aus dem Weg räumen; ins Reine bringen
to iron out
Bügelmaschine {f}
rotary iron
ins reine bringen
to iron out
Vierkanteisen {n}
square iron
Waffeleisen {n}
waffle iron
ausbuegeln
to iron out
Längseisen {n}
length iron
eine Eisenstange
an iron bar
Schalenhartguss {m}
chilled iron
Eisenguss {m}
iron casting
Schmiedeeisen {n}; Schmiedeisen {n}
wrought iron
zweiwertiges Eisen; Ferroeisen [obs.] {n} [chem.]
ferrous iron
pumpen {vi} [ugs.] (Gewichte heben)
to pump iron
eisenhart {adj}
hard as iron
zweiwertiges Eisen {n}; Ferroeisen {n} [obs.] [chem.]
ferrous iron
Eisengiesserei
iron foundry
Profileisen {n}, Formeisen {n}
profile iron
Raseneisenerz {n}
bog iron ore
Eisengehalt {m}
iron content
U-Eisen {n}
channel iron
eisenfleckig {adj}
iron-stained
Schmiedeisen {n}
wrought iron
Profileisen {n}; Formeisen {n}
profile iron
Siliziumeisen {n} [chem.]
silicon iron
Schmiedeeisen {n}
wrought iron
Raseneisenerz {n} [min.]
bog iron ore
eisenhart
hard as iron
schmiedeeisern {adj}
wrought-iron
Eisenguss
iron casting
Brennstempel {m} [techn.]
branding iron
Eisenchlorid {n} [chem.]
iron chloride
Handlaufprofil {n}; Handleistenprofil {n}; Handstangenprofil {n} [constr.]
handrail iron
Gusskörper {m}
cast iron body
Loetkolben
soldering iron
Eisengiessereien
iron foundries
Eisenbeschlag
iron mountings
Eisenmangel {m}
iron deficiency
Bandeisenhaspel {f} [techn.]
strap iron reel
Eisenverarbeitung {f} [techn.]
iron processing
Dreheisen… [techn.]
attracted-iron
Kanonenofen {m}
round iron stove
Reinsteisen {n}
high-purity iron
Kanonenofen
round iron stove
der eiserne Vorhang
the iron curtain
eisern {adj}
eiserne Lady {f}
iron
Iron Lady
Eisentrichlorid {n} [chem.]
iron trichloride
Braunbeizen {n}; Brünieren {n} (von Eisen)
blueing (of iron)
Kunstschmiedearbeit
wrought-iron work
Schmelze {f}; Bad {n} (flüssiges Roheisen) [min.]
molten (pig) iron
Eisenfeilspäne {pl}
iron filings (font class="s"){pl}(/font)
Schönfärberei {f}
whitewash [iron.]
knallhart {adj}
iron-fisted {adj}
bügelfrei {adj}
non-iron, wash wear
Chrom-Eisen-Oxid {n} FeCr2O4 [chem.]
chromium iron oxide
Chrom-Eisen-Oxid {n} FeCr2O4 [chem.]
chromium iron oxide
Eisenschwammspeicher {m}
iron sponge storage
etw. ausbügeln; ausgleichen; aus dem Weg räumen; ins Reine bringen {v} [übtr.]
to iron out () sth.
Temperguss {m}
malleable cast iron
Wellblechhütte {f}; Wellblechschuppen {m} [techn.]
corrugated iron shed
Eisenkern {m}
dust core, iron core
Hütten- und Stahlwerk {n}
iron and steel works
Carbonyleisenpulver {n} [chem.]
carbonyl iron powder
Wellblech
corrugated sheet iron
Wellblech {n}
corrugated sheet iron
Eisenfalterfisch {m} (Chaetodon daedalma) [zool.]
wrought iron butterfly
Pyrit {n}, Eisenkies {m} [min.]
Pyrite {pl}
iron pyrites
pyrites
Plätteisen {n}; Kasteneisen {n}; Stagleisen {n} [Ös.] (Handbügeleisen) [hist.]
clothes iron; flatiron
Eisenmangelanämie {f} [med.]
iron-deficiency anemia
Eisenrohr {n}
Eisenrohre {pl}
iron tube
iron tubes
Yttrium-Eisen-Granat {m} YIG
yttrium-iron-garnet YIG
Glättwerkzeug {n}; Glätteisen {n}; Glättstahl {m} [techn.]
polishing iron; sleeker
Sanitärguss {m}
sanitary cast-iron ware
Dampfbügeleisen {n}
Dampfbügeleisen {pl}
steam iron
steam irons
meteorisch; Meteor... {adj} (von einem Meteor stammend) [astron.]
Meteoreisen {n}
meteoric
meteoric iron
meteorisch; Meteor… {adj} (von einem Meteor stammend) [astron.]
Meteoreisen {n}
meteoric
meteoric iron
Bauklammer {f} [constr.]
Bauklammern {pl}
cramp iron
cramp irons
Eisenoxid {n}; Eisenoxyd {n} (veraltet) [chem.]
Eisenoxide {pl}
iron oxide
iron oxides
Eisenkruste {f}
Eisenkrusten {pl}
iron crust
iron crusts
Eisenoxid {n}; Eisenoxyd {n} [veraltet] [chem.]
Eisenoxide {pl}
iron oxide
iron oxides
Lunge {f} [anat.]
Lungen {pl}
eiserne Lunge {f}
lung
lungs
iron lung
zweiwertiges Eisen enthaltend; Eisen-2-...; Eisen(II)-...; Ferro... [obs.] [chem.]
of bivalent iron; ferrous
zweiwertiges Eisen enthaltend; Eisen-2-…; Eisen(II)-…; Ferro… [obs.] [chem.]
of bivalent iron; ferrous
Colcothar {m}; rotes Eisenoxid {n}; Eisenoxidrot {n} [chem.]
colcothar; red iron oxide
Grauguss {m}
gray iron, gray cast iron
dreiwertiges Eisen enthaltend; Eisen-3-...; Eisen(III)-...; Ferri... [obs.]; Eisen... [ugs.] [chem.]
of trivalent iron; ferric
Yttrium-Eisen-Granat {m} YIG
yttrium-iron-garnet YIG
dreiwertiges Eisen enthaltend; Eisen-3-…; Eisen(III)-…; Ferri… [obs.]; Eisen… [ugs.] [chem.]
of trivalent iron; ferric
(durch Druck) umformbar {adj} (hämmerbar schmiedbar walzbar) [techn.]
schmiedbares Eisen
malleable
malleable iron
Eisenspan {m}
Eisenspäne {pl}
iron filing
iron filings
Schmiedearbeit {f}
piece of wrought-iron work
Bügelmaschine {f}
Bügelmaschinen {pl}
rotary iron
rotary irons
Kantenschutzeisen {n}
edge protection strap iron
Eisengießer {m}
iron founder; iron moulder
der Preis von Kohle und Eisen
the price of coal and iron
(durch Druck) umformbar {adj} (hämmerbar, schmiedbar, walzbar) [techn.]
schmiedbares Eisen
malleable
malleable iron
Eisentablette {f} [med.]
Eisentabletten {pl}
iron tablet
iron tablets
Ondulierstab {m}; Frisiereisen {n}
curling iron; curling tongs
Eisenhut {m} [min.]
capping of gossan; iron cap
Goethit {m}; Nadeleisenerz {n}; Rubinglimmer {m} [min.]
goethite; needle iron-stone
Ferrosilizium {n}; Fesi {n} [chem.]
ferrosilicon; iron silicide
Noppzange {f}; Noppeisen {n} [textil.]
Noppzangen {pl}; Noppeisen {pl}
burling iron
burling irons
man soll das Eisen schmieden
strike while the iron is hot
Rostkitt {m}; Eisenoxidhydratkitt {m}
iron-rust cement; iron putty
Temperroheisen {n} (Gießerei) [techn.]
malleable pig iron (foundry)
Lockenstab {m}
Lockenstäbe {pl}
curling iron
curling irons
Eisengießerei {f}
Eisengießereien {pl}
iron foundry
iron foundries
Metallauflage {f} (Hobeleisen) (Tischlerei)
frog (plane iron) (carpentry)
Vierkanteisen {n}
square iron; square steel bar

Deutsche Eisen {n} Fe [chem.] Synonyme

chem  
eisen  
Eisen  Fe  (Symbol)  Ferrum  
Eisen  Fe (Symbol)  Ferrum  

Englische iron Synonyme

iron  Gibraltar  Oregon boat  adamant  adamantine  aluminum  americium  aureate  barium  beryllium  bicycle  bike  bilbo  bismuth  bond  bonds  bone  brass  brassy  brazen  brick  bridle  bronze  bronzy  buff  buffer  cadmium  calcium  calender  camisole  cast-iron  cement  cerium  cesium  chains  chamois  chopper  chrome  chromium  cobalt  collar  concrete  copper  coppery  cuffs  cupreous  cuprous  cycle  diamond  dour  drag  dysprosium  erbium  europium  ferrous  ferruginous  fetter  fetters  firm  flint  flinty  fundamentalist  gadolinium  gag  gallium  germanium  gilt  glazer  gold  gold-filled  gold-plated  golden  goose  grader  granite  grim  gyves  halter  hamper  handcuffs  hard  hard-core  harrow  heart of oak  hidebound  hobbles  holmium  hopples  horse  hot-press  immovable  immutable  implacable  impliable  indium  inelastic  inexorable  inflexible  intransigent  iridium  ironbound  ironclad  ironhanded  ironlike  irons  irreconcilable  lanthanum  lead  leaden  leading strings  leash  lion  lithium  lutetium  magnesia  magnesium  manacle  manganese  mangle  marble  mercurial  mercurous  mercury  minibike  molybdenum  motocycle  motorbike  motorcycle  muscle-bound  muzzle  nails  neodymium  nickel  nickelic  nickeline  niobium  oak  obdurate  obstinate  orthodox  osmium  ox  palladium  pedicab  pewter  pewtery  phosphorus  pig  pillory  plane  platinum  polisher  polonium  potassium  praseodymium  press  procrustean  promethium  protactinium  purist  puristic  puritan  puritanic  quicksilver  radium  reins  relentless  restraint  restraints  rhenium  rigid  rigorist  rigoristic  rigorous  road-bike  rock  rock-ribbed  rockbound  roll  roller  rolling pin  rubidium  ruthenium  samarium  sander  scandium  shackle  silver  silver-plated  silvery  sodium  steamroller  steel  steely  stern  stiff  stocks  stone  straightjacket  straightlaced  strait-waistcoat  straitjacket  straitlaced  stranglehold  strontium  stubborn  tantalum  technetium  terbium  tether  
iron curtain  Berlin wall  Bolshevism  Castroism  Communist Information Bureau  Communist Party  Maoism  Marxian socialism  Marxism  Marxism-Leninism  Pillars of Hercules  Stalinism  Titoism  Trotskyism  arch dam  backstop  bamboo curtain  bank  bar  barrage  barrier  barrier of secrecy  bear-trap dam  beaver dam  blackout  boom  border  border ground  borderland  breakwater  breastwork  brick wall  buffer  bulkhead  bulwark  censorship  cofferdam  communism  curtain  dam  defense  democratic centralism  dialectical materialism  dike  ditch  earthwork  embankment  fence  frontier  frontier post  gate  gravity dam  groin  hush-up  hydraulic-fill dam  ironbound security  jam  jetty  leaping weir  levee  logjam  march  marches  marchland  milldam  moat  mole  mound  oath of secrecy  official secrecy  outpost  outskirts  pall  parapet  portcullis  rampart  repression  revisionism  roadblock  rock-fill dam  seal of secrecy  seawall  security  shutter dam  smothering  stifling  stone wall  suppression  three-mile limit  twelve-mile limit  veil  veil of secrecy  wall  weir  wicket dam  work  wraps  
iron grip  bear hug  bite  clamp  clasp  clench  clinch  cling  clinging  clutch  death grip  embrace  firm hold  foothold  footing  grapple  grasp  grip  gripe  hold  hug  nip  purchase  seizure  tight grip  toehold  
iron hand  administration  argumentum baculinum  authority  big stick  claws  clutches  command  control  despotism  disposition  domination  domineering  dominion  empery  empire  fascism  firm hand  governance  government  grasp  grip  gripe  hand  hands  heavy hand  helm  high hand  hold  iron boot  iron heel  jurisdiction  mastership  mastery  oppression  power  raj  regnancy  reign  reign of terror  reins of government  rule  sovereignty  strong hand  sway  talons  terrorism  thought control  tight hand  tight rein  tight ship  tyranny  
iron lung  Aqua-Lung  artificial respiration  aspiration  asthmatic wheeze  breath  breath of air  breathing  broken wind  cough  exhalation  expiration  exsufflation  gasp  gulp  hack  hiccup  inhalation  inhalator  inspiration  insufflation  mouth-to-mouth resuscitation  oxygen mask  oxygen tent  pant  puff  respiration  resuscitator  scuba  sigh  sneeze  sniff  sniffle  snore  snoring  snuff  snuffle  sternutation  stertor  suspiration  wheeze  wind  
ironbound  asperous  bound  corrugated  cragged  craggy  crinkled  crumpled  dour  fettered  firm  fundamentalist  gravelly  hampered  handcuffed  hard  harsh  hidebound  impliable  in bonds  in chains  in irons  inexorable  inflexible  iron  ironclad  ironhanded  jagged  jaggy  manacled  muscle-bound  obdurate  obstinate  orthodox  procrustean  purist  puristic  puritan  puritanic  ragged  relentless  rigid  rigorist  rigoristic  rigorous  rockbound  rocky  rugged  rugose  rugous  saw-toothed  sawtooth  scabrous  scragged  scraggly  scraggy  serrate  serrated  shackled  snagged  snaggled  snaggy  stiff  stony  straightlaced  straitlaced  strapped  stubborn  tethered  tied  tied down  tied up  trammeled  unbending  uncompromising  uneven  unrelenting  unsmooth  unyielding  wrinkled  
ironclad  armed cap-a-pie  armor-plated  armored  constant  dour  firm  fixed  fundamentalist  hard  hidebound  immovable  immutable  impliable  in armor  in complete steel  in harness  inalterable  inexorable  inflexible  invariable  iron  ironbound  ironhanded  loricate  loricated  mailclad  mailed  muscle-bound  obdurate  obstinate  orthodox  panoplied  procrustean  purist  puristic  puritan  puritanic  relentless  rigid  rigorist  rigoristic  rigorous  rockbound  stiff  straightlaced  straitlaced  stubborn  unalterable  unbending  uncompromising  unmodifiable  unrelenting  unyielding  
ironic  Rabelaisian  allusive  allusory  amalgamated  ambiguous  ambivalent  amphibious  amphibological  amphibolous  antinomic  biting  blended  caustic  combined  complex  composite  compound  compounded  conglomerate  cutting  cynical  dappled  dry  eclectic  enigmatic  equivocal  equivocatory  fifty-fifty  half-and-half  heterogeneous  implicational  implicative  implicatory  incisive  indicative  indiscriminate  inferential  insinuating  insinuative  insinuatory  intricate  jumbled  many-sided  medley  mingled  miscellaneous  mixed  mordant  motley  multifaceted  multinational  multiracial  multivocal  mysterious  obscure  oxymoronic  paradoxical  patchy  pluralistic  polysemantic  polysemous  promiscuous  referential  sarcastic  sardonic  satiric  scathing  scrambled  self-contradictory  suggestive  syncretic  thrown together  trenchant  uncertain  varied  wry  
ironmonger  baker  bookdealer  bookseller  butcher  chandler  clothing merchant  confectioner  draper  drysalter  fishmonger  fishwife  florist  footwear merchant  fruiterer  furnisher  furrier  greengrocer  grocer  groceryman  haberdasher  hardwareman  jeweler  liquor merchant  newsdealer  perfumer  poulterer  saddler  stationer  tobacconist  vintner  wine merchant  
irony  Atticism  Janus  agile wit  ambiguity  ambiguousness  ambivalence  amphibology  antinomy  biformity  bifurcation  black humor  burlesque  caricature  causticity  comedy  complexity of meaning  conjugation  cynicism  dichotomy  double entendre  double meaning  double reference  doubleness  doublethink  doubling  dry wit  dualism  duality  duplexity  duplication  duplicity  equivocacy  equivocality  equivocalness  equivocation  esprit  farce  halving  humor  innuendo  invective  lampoon  levels of meaning  multivocality  nimble wit  oxymoron  pairing  paradox  parody  paronomasia  pleasantry  polarity  polysemousness  polysemy  pretty wit  punning  quick wit  ready wit  richness of meaning  salt  sarcasm  satire  satiric wit  savor of wit  self-contradiction  slapstick  slapstick humor  squib  subtle wit  travesty  twinning  two-facedness  twoness  uncertainty  visual humor  wit  

iron Definition

Bar iron
() See under Iron.
Box-iron
(n.) A hollow smoothing iron containing a heater within.
Branding iron
() An iron to brand with.
Brand iron
() A branding iron.
Brand iron
() A trivet to set a pot on.
Brand iron
() The horizontal bar of an andiron.
Bridle iron
() A strong flat bar of iron, so bent as to support, as in a stirrup, one end of a floor timber, etc., where no sufficient bearing can be had
Cast iron
() Highly carbonized iron, the direct product of the blast furnace
Cast-iron
(a.) Made of cast iron. Hence, Fig.: like cast iron
Cramp iron
() See Cramp, n., 2.
Grozing iron
() A tool with a hardened steel point, formerly used instead of a diamond for cutting glass.
Grozing iron
() A tool for smoothing the solder joints of lead pipe.
Harping iron
() A harpoon.
Iron
(n.) The most common and most useful metallic element, being of almost universal occurrence, usually in the form of an oxide (as hematite, magnetite, etc.), or a hydrous oxide (as limonite, turgite, etc.). It is reduced on an enormous scale in three principal forms
Iron
(n.) An instrument or utensil made of iron
Iron
(n.) Fetters
Iron
(n.) Strength
Iron
(n.) Of, or made of iron
Iron
(n.) Resembling iron in color
Iron
(n.) Like iron in hardness, strength, impenetrability, power of endurance, insensibility, etc.
Iron
(n.) Rude
Iron
(n.) Firm
Iron
(n.) Inflexible
Iron
(n.) Not to be broken
Iron
(v. t.) To smooth with an instrument of iron
Iron
(v. t.) To shackle with irons
Iron
(v. t.) To furnish or arm with iron
Iron-cased
(a.) Cased or covered with iron, as a vessel
Iron-fisted
(a.) Closefisted
Iron-gray
(a.) Of a gray color, somewhat resembling that of iron freshly broken.
Iron-gray
(n.) An iron-gray color
Iron-hearted
(a.) Hard-hearted
Iron-sick
(a.) Having the ironwork loose or corroded
Iron-sided
(a.) Having iron sides, or very firm sides.
Iron works
() See under Iron, a.
Making-iron
(n.) A tool somewhat like a chisel with a groove in it, used by calkers of ships to finish the seams after the oakum has been driven in.
Spiegel iron
() A fusible white cast iron containing a large amount of carbon (from three and a half to six per cent) and some manganese. When the manganese reaches twenty-five per cent and upwards it has a granular structure, and constitutes the alloy ferro manganese, largely used in the manufacture of Bessemer steel. Called also specular pig iron, spiegel, and spiegeleisen.
Tee iron
() See T iron, under T.
T iron
() See under T.
Tue-iron
(n.) See Tuyere.

iron Bedeutung

andiron
firedog
dog dog-iron
metal supports for logs in a fireplace, the andirons were too hot to touch
angle bracket
angle iron
an L-shaped metal bracket
boot the boot
iron boot
iron heel
an instrument of torture that is used to heat or crush the foot and leg
corrugated iron usually galvanized sheet iron or sheet steel shaped into straight parallel ridges and hollows
cramp
cramp iron
a strip of metal with ends bent at right angles, used to hold masonry together
crampon
crampoon
climbing iron
climber
an iron spike attached to the shoe to prevent slipping on ice when walking or climbing
curling iron a cylindrical metal home appliance that heats a lock of hair that has been curled around it
driving iron
one iron
(golf) the long iron with the most nearly vertical face
fire iron metal fireside implements
garrote
garotte
garrotte
iron collar
an instrument of execution for execution by strangulation
goffer gauffer goffering iron
gauffering iron
an iron used to press pleats and ridges
grapnel grapple
grappler
grappling hook
grappling iron
a tool consisting of several hooks for grasping and holding, often thrown with a rope
iron
smoothing iron
home appliance consisting of a flat metal base that is heated and used to smooth cloth
iron a golf club that has a relatively narrow metal head
iron branding iron implement used to brand live stock
iron foundry a foundry where cast iron is produced
iron horse (c. ) an early term for a locomotive
iron lung respirator that produces alternations in air pressure in a chamber surrounding a patient's chest to force air into and out of the lungs thus providing artificial respiration
iron maiden instrument of torture consisting of a hollow iron frame shaped like the human body and lined with spikes to impale the victim
long iron an iron with a long shaft and a steep face, for hitting long low shots
mashie
five iron
middle-distance iron
mashie niblick
seven iron
iron with a lofted face for hitting high shots to the green
midiron
two iron
long iron with a nearly vertical face
niblick
nine iron
an iron with considerable loft
nickel-iron battery
nickel-iron accumulator
a storage battery having a nickel oxide cathode and an iron anode with an electrolyte of potassium hydroxide, each cell gives about . volts
pistol
handgun
side arm
shooting iron
a firearm that is held and fired with one hand
plate iron a plate of iron
putter
putting iron
the iron normally used on the putting green
searing iron a hot iron used to destroy tissue
sheet iron plate iron thinner than tank iron
short iron an iron with a short shaft and pitched face, for hitting short high shots
soldering iron a hand tool with a heatable tip, used to melt and apply solder
steam iron a pressing iron that can emit steam
stirrup
stirrup iron
support consisting of metal loops into which rider's feet go
stovepipe iron plate iron that is thinner than tank iron
tank iron plate iron that is thinner than boilerplate but thicker than sheet iron or stovepipe iron
tire iron
tire tool
hand tool consisting of a lever that is used to force the casing of a pneumatic tire onto a steel wheel
travel iron a small lightweight iron that can be carried while traveling
waffle iron a kitchen appliance for baking waffles, the appliance usually consists of two indented metal pans hinged together so that they create a pattern on the waffle
iron mold
iron mould
a spot caused the staining with rust or ink
iron-grey
iron-gray
the color of freshly broken cast iron
iron fist rigorous or ruthless control, she rules the office with an iron fist, it takes an iron fist to contain the dissenting factions
iron curtain an impenetrable barrier to communication or information especially as imposed by rigid censorship and secrecy, used by Winston Churchill in to describe the demarcation between democratic and communist countries
iron trap a trap from which there is no escape
iron filing a fragment of iron rubbed off by the use of a file
iron man
ironman
a strong man of exceptional physical endurance
Bismarck
von Bismarck
Otto von Bismarck
Prince Otto von Bismarck
Prince Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck
Iron Chancellor
German statesman under whose leadership Germany was united (-)
Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
Margaret Hilda Thatcher
Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven
Iron Lady
British stateswoman, first woman to serve as Prime Minister (born in )
Wellington
Duke of Wellington
First Duke of Wellington
Arthur Wellesley
Iron Duke
British general and statesman, he defeated Napoleon at Waterloo, subsequently served as Prime Minister (-)
canyon oak
canyon live oak
maul oak
iron oak Quercus chrysolepis
medium-sized evergreen of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico with oblong leathery often spiny-edged leaves
post oak
box white oak
brash oak
iron oak Quercus stellata
small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having dark green lyrate pinnatifid leaves and tough moistureesistant wood used especially for fence posts
iron tree
iron-tree
ironwood ironwood tree
a small slow-growing deciduous tree of northern Iran having a low domed shape
aspidistra
cast-iron plant
baroom plant
Aspidistra elatio
evergreen perennial with large handsome basal leaves, grown primarily as a foliage houseplant
iron cage a cage from which there is no escape
iron deficiency anemia
iron deficiency anaemia
a form of anemia due to lack of iron in the diet or to iron loss as a result of chronic bleeding
hemochromatosis
iron-storage disease
iron overload
bronzed diabetes
pathology in which iron accumulates in the tissues, characterized by bronzed skin and enlarged liver and diabetes mellitus and abnormalities of the pancreas and the joints
iron
Fe
atomic number
a heavy ductile magnetic metallic element, is silver-white in pure form but readily rusts, used in construction and tools and armament, plays a role in the transport of oxygen by the blood
pyrite
iron pyrite
fool's gold
a common mineral (iron disulfide) that has a pale yellow color
iron putty a cement resembling putty, made by mixing ferric oxide and boiled linseed oil, is acid resistant
alloy iron
alloy cast iron
cast iron containing alloying elements (usually nickel or chromium or copper or molybdenum) to increase the strength or facilitate heat treatment
alpha iron a magnetic allotrope of iron, stable belowdegrees centigrade
beta iron an allotrope of iron that is the same as alpha iron except that it is nonmagnetic, stable between anddegrees centigrade
gamma iron a nonmagnetic allotrope of iron that is the basis of austenite, stable betweenanddegrees centigrade
delta iron an allotrope of iron that is stable betweendegrees centigrade and the melting point ( degrees)
basic iron pig iron containing a high percentage of phosphorus, used in making steel by a process that removes the phosphorus
ingot iron iron of high purity
cast iron an alloy of iron containing so much carbon that it is brittle and so cannot be wrought but must be shaped by casting
wrought iron iron having a low carbon content that is tough and malleable and so can be forged and welded
cementite
iron carbide
a chemical compound that is a constituent of steel and cast iron, very hard and brittle
galvanized iron iron that is coated with zinc to protect it from rust
iron blue Prussian blue any of various blue pigments
iron blue steel grey
steel gray
Davy's grey
Davy's gray
slightly purplish or bluish dark grey
iron disulfide a compound containing two atoms of sulfur combined with iron
iron ore an ore from which iron can be extracted
iron perchloride a highly toxic chemical used to engrave metal plates and electronic circuits
magnetite
magnetic iron-ore
an oxide of iron that is strongly attracted by magnets
Ni-hard
Ni-hard iron
cast iron to which nickel has been added to make it resist abrasion
Niesist
Niesist iron
cast iron consisting of graphite in a matrix of austenite
pig iron crude iron tapped from a blast furnace
scrap iron iron to be melted again and reworked
spiegeleisen
spiegel
spiegel iron
pig iron containing manganese, used as a deoxidizing agent and to raise the manganese content in making steel
structural iron iron that has been cast or worked in structural shapes
Swedish iron wrought iron of high purity made in Sweden
wolframite
iron manganese tungsten
a mineral consisting of iron and manganese tungstate in crystalline form, the principal ore of tungsten, found in quartz veins associated with granitic rocks
iron age (classical mythology) the last and worst age of the world
Iron Age (archeology) the period following the Bronze Age, characterized by rapid spread of iron tools and weapons
iron out
straighten out put right
settle or put right, we need to iron out our disagreements
iron
iron out
press
press and smooth with a heated iron, press your shirts, she stood there ironing
iron-grey
iron-gray
of the grey color of iron
cast-iron
iron
extremely robust, an iron constitution
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