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iron handed Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung



eisern; mit eiserner Hand Faust regierend {adj} [pol.]
eiserner Griff
das mit eiserner Hand Faust regierende Regime
iron-handed; iron-fisted
iron-fisted grip
the iron-handed regime
linkshändig
left-handed
Zweihanddiagramm
two-handed process chart
Aventuringlasur {f}
aventurine glaze saturated iron glaze
Beschlag {m}
Beschläge {pl}
metal fittings, iron mounting
metal fittings, iron mountings
Betonstahlschere {f} [constr.]
Betonstahlscheren {pl}
iron bar cutter
iron bar cutters
Bügeleisen {n}
Bügeleisen {pl}
iron, flat-iron
irons, flat-irons
Bügelmaschine {f}
rotary iron
Dampfross {n}
iron horse
Eichenlaub {n} (zum Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes) [hist.] [mil.]
oakleaves (to the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross)
Eisen {n}
schmiedbares Eisen
durch Chelatoren stabilisiertes Eisen
iron
malleable iron
chelated iron
Eisenbarren {m}
bar iron
Eisenbeschlag {m}
Eisenbeschläge {pl}
iron mountings
iron mountings
Eisenerz {n}
iron ore
Eisenerzgrube {f}
Eisenerzgruben {pl}
iron ore mine
iron ore mines
Eisengehalt {m}
iron content
Eisengießerei {f}
Eisengießereien {pl}
iron foundry
iron foundries
Eisengitter {n}
iron grate
Eisenguss {m}
iron casting
Eisenkern {m}
dust core, iron core
Eisenmangel {m}
iron deficiency
Eisenoxid {n}, Eisenoxyd {n} [alt] [chem.]
Eisenoxide {pl}
Eisen-2-Oxid {n}
Eisen-3-Oxid {n}
hoher Gehalt an Eisenoxid
ferric oxide
ferric oxides
ferrous oxide
ferric oxide
high iron
Eisenrohr {n}
Eisenrohre {pl}
iron tube
iron tubes
Eisenschwammspeicher {m}
iron sponge storage
Eisenspat {m} [min.]
iron spar
Eisenstange {f}
Eisenstangen {pl}
iron rod, iron bar
iron rods, iron bars
Eisensuchgerät {n} (Bekohlung) [mach.]
Eisensuchgeräte {pl}
tramp iron detector
tramp iron detectors
Eisentablette {f} [med.]
Eisentabletten {pl}
iron tablet
iron tablets
Eisenteile {pl} (in der Kohle) [mach.]
tramp iron
Eisenwinkel {m}
angle iron
Eisenzeit {f} [hist.]
vorrömische Eisenzeit {f}
frühe Eisenzeit
späte Eisenzeit
Iron Age
pre-Roman iron age
early Iron Age
late Iron Age
Elektrode {f} [electr.] [techn.]
Elektroden {pl}
Elektrode (erzsauer)
Elektrode (Fülldraht)
Elektrode (kalkbasisch)
Elektrode (nackt, blank)
Elektrode (Seelen)
umhüllte Elektrode
electrode
electrodes
iron oxide electrode
cored-wire electrode
basic electrode
bare-wire electrode
cored electrode
overed electrode, coated electrode
Faust {f}
Fäuste {pl}
auf eigene Faust
auf eigene Faust
mit eiserner Faust
mit der Faust auf den Tisch schlagen [übtr.]
mit der Faust auf den Tisch schlagen [übtr.]
mit den Fäusten kämpfen
fist (fisting)
fists
off one's own bat
on one's own, on one's own initiative, on one's own hook
with an iron hand, with iron fist
to put one's foot down
to thump the table with one's fist
to fist-fight
Flacheisen {n}
Flacheisen {pl}
flat bar, flat iron
flat bars, flat irons
Grauguss {m}
gray iron, gray cast iron
Gusseisen {n}, Gußeisen {n} [alt]
cast iron
Hand {f} [anat.]
Hände {pl}
mit der Hand
sich die Hand geben
in der Hand halten, in seiner Hand halten
unter der Hand
unter der Hand, klammheimlich
unter der Hand
unter der Hand
eine ruhige Hand
aus erster Hand
aus zweiter Hand
aus zweiter Hand kaufen
bei der Hand, zur Hand
mit leeren Händen
jdm. freie Hand lassen
etw. aus den Händen geben
ohne Hand und Fuß [übtr.]
von der Hand in den Mund leben [übtr.]
zwei linke Hände haben [übtr.]
mit sicherer Hand
die Hände falten
hand
hands
by hand, manual, manually
to shake hands
to hold in the hand, to hold in one's hand
secretly
on the quiet
underhand
underhandly, backhandedly
a steady hand
at first hand, firsthand
secondhand
to buy secondhand
at hand
empty-handed
to give sb. plenty of rope
to let sth. out of one's hands
without rhyme or reason
to lead a hand-to-mouth existence
to be all thumbs
with sure touch
to clasp one's hands
mit leeren Händen dastehen
to be left empty-handed
Hütten- und Stahlwerk {n}
iron and steel works
Kanonenofen {m}
round iron stove
Kanzler {m}, Kanzlerin {f}
Kanzler {pl}, Kanzlerinnen {pl}
Kanzlerin {f}
Eiserner Kanzler
chancellor
chancellors
female chancellor
Iron Chancellor
Kerneisen {n}
core iron
Kompliment {n}
Komplimente {pl}
zweifelhaftes Kompliment
jdn. ein Kompliment machen
jdm. Komplimente machen
compliment
compliments
left-handed compliment
to pay sb. a compliment
to compliment (on)
Krafttraining {n}
Krafttraining machen
strength training
to pump iron [coll.]
Eisernes Kreuz [mil.]
Ritterkreuz {n} [mil.]
Iron Cross
Knight´s Cross of the Iron Cross
Längseisen {n}
length iron
Linkshänder {m}, Linkshänderin {f}
Linkshänder {pl}, Linkshänderinnen {pl}
Linkshänder sein
left-hander, lefty
left-handers, lefties
to be left-handed
(elektrischer) Lötkolben {m}
(electric) soldering iron, soldering bit
Lunge {f} [anat.]
Lungen {pl}
eiserne Lunge {f}
lung
lungs
iron lung
Profileisen {n}, Formeisen {n}
profile iron
Pyrit {n}, Eisenkies {m} [min.]
Pyrite {pl}
iron pyrites
pyrites
Raseneisenerz {n}
bog iron ore
Ration {f}
Rationen {pl}
eiserne Ration
ration
rations
iron ration
Roheisen {n}
pig iron
Schalenhartguss {m}
chilled iron
Schießeisen {n} [ugs.]
shooting iron, rod, gat [coll.]
Schmiedearbeit {f}
piece of wrought-iron work
Schmiedeeisen {n}
wrought iron
Spatenbeschlag {m}, Spatenschuh {m}
spade iron
Stabeisen {n}
bar-iron
Steigeisen {n}
Steigeisen {pl}
climbing iron, crampon, step iron
climbing irons, crampons, step irons
auf frischer Tat erwischen
auf frischer Tat erwischt
to catch in the act, to catch red-handed
caught in the act, caught red-handed
Temperguss {m}
malleable cast iron
Vierkanteisen {n}
square iron
Vorhang {m}, Gardine {f}
Vorhänge {pl}, Gardinen {pl}
Eiserner Vorhang [pol.]
die Länder hinter dem Eisernen Vorhang [pol.]
curtain
curtains
Iron Curtain
the Iron Curtain countries
Waffeleisen {n}
waffle iron
Weicheisen {n}
soft iron
Wellblech {n}
corrugated sheet iron
Wille {m}, Willen {m}
eiserner Wille
gegen seinen Willen handeln
einen eigenen Willen haben
seinen Willen durchsetzen
gegen meinen Willen
guter Wille
ein Zeichen guten Willens
böser Wille
will
iron will, will of iron
to go against one's will
to have a will of one's own
to have one's will
against my will
goodwill
a gesture of goodwill
ill will
Winkeleisen {n}
angle iron
abgeben, aushändigen
abgebend, aushändigend
abgegeben, ausgehändigt
er
sie gibt ab
ich
er
sie gab ab
er
sie hat
hatte abgegeben
to hand over, to hand in, to give in
handing over
handed over
he
she hands over
I
he
she handed over
he
she has
had handed over
ausbügeln, ausgleichen, aus dem Weg räumen, ins Reine bringen
to iron out
austeilen, ausgeben {vt}
austeilend, ausgebend
ausgeteilt, ausgegeben
to give out, to hand out
giving out, handing out
given out, handed out
bereinigen {vt} (Missverständnis)
bereinigend
bereinigt
to clear up, to iron out
clearing up, ironing out
cleared up, ironed out
bügelfrei {adj}
non-iron, wash wear
bügeln, plätten {vt}
bügelnd, plättend
gebügelt, geplättet
bügelt
bügelte
to iron
ironing
ironed
irons
ironed
dargereicht, reichte
handed
eigenhändig {adj}
single-handed
einreichen, hineinreichen, vorlegen
einreichend, hineinreichend, vorlegend
eingereicht, hineingereicht, vorgelegt
to hand in
handing in
handed in
eisenhart {adj}
hard as iron
eisern {adj}
eiserne Lady {f}
iron
Iron Lady
freigebig {adj}
generous, open-handed
freigiebig {adj}
freigiebiger
am freigebigsten
open handed, openhanded
more open handed
most open handed
herrschen, regieren {vi} (über)
herrschend, regierend
geherrscht, regiert
er
sie herrscht, er
sie regiert
ich
er
sie herrschte, ich
er
sie regiert
er
sie hat
hatte geherscht, er
sie hat
hatte regiert
mit eiserne Hand herrschen
to rule (over)
ruling
ruled
he
she rules
I
he
she ruled
he
she has
had rules
to rule with a rod of iron
herüber reichen, aushändigen, übergeben
herüber reichend, aushändigend, übergebend
herüber gereicht, ausgehändigt, übergeben
to hand over, to deliver up
handing over, delivering up
handed over, delivered up
herumreichen {vt}
herumreichend
herumgereicht
reicht herum
reichte herum
to hand round
handing round
handed round
hands about
handed about
herunter reichen, weiter geben {vt}
herunter reichend, weiter gebend
herunter gereicht, weiter gegeben
to hand down
handing down
handed down
hinreichen {vt}
hinreichend
hingereicht
to hand, to pass
handing, passing
handed, passed
leer ausgehen
to come away empty-handed
linkshändig {adj}
left-handed, lefty
rechtshändig {adj}
right handed
reichen, herüberreichen, einhändigen {vt}
reichend, herüberreichend, einhändigend
gereicht, herübergereicht, eingehändigt
to hand
handing
handed
schmiedeeisern {adj}
wrought-iron
spendabel {adj}
generous, open-handed
stahlhart, hart wie Stahl {adj}
ein stahlharter Mann
as hard as steel, hard as nails
a man of steel, a man of iron
überliefern
überliefernd
überliefert
to hand down
handing down
handed down
überliefert werden, überkommen
to be handed down
unbeholfen, plump {adj}
heavy-handed, ham-handed
unbeholfen, schwerfällig, plump, tapsig, tölpisch, tollpatschig {adj}
unbeholfener, schwerfälliger, plumper, tapsiger, tölpischer, tollpatschiger
am unbeholfensten, am schwerfälligsten, am plumpesten, am tapsigsten, am tölpischsten, am tollpatschigsten
clumsy, left-handed, butterfingered
clumsier
clumsiest
unverrichteter Dinge
empty-handed, without having achieved anything
verzinken
verzinkend
verzinkt
er
sie verzinkt
ich
er
sie verzinkte
er
sie hat
hatte verzinkt
verzinktes Eisenblech
to galvanize
galvanizing
galvanized
he
she galvanizes
I
he
she galvanized
he
she has
had galvanized
galvanized iron sheet
vierhändig
four handed
zurückkehren, zurückschicken, zurücklaufen, zurückzahlen, zurückgeben
zurückkehrend, zurückschickend, zurücklaufend, zurückzahlend, zurückgebend
zurückgekehrt, zurückgeschickt, zurückgelaufen, zurückgezahlt, zurückgegeben
kehrt zurück
kehrte zurück
in den Schoß der Familie zurückkehren
unverrichteter Dinge zurückkehren
mit leeren Händen zurückkehren
to return
returning
returned
returns
returned
to return to the fold
to return empty-handed
to return empty-handed
zweihändig {adj}
two handed
Gusskörper {m}
cast iron body
Er ist leer ausgegangen.
He went away empty handed.
Goldener Hammer bricht eisernes Tor. [Sprw.]
A silver key can open an iron lock. [prov.]
Man soll das Eisen schmieden, solange es heiß ist. [übtr.]
One should strike while the iron's hot.
Sie wurden auf frischer Tat ertappt.
They were caught red-handed.
Eisenfalterfisch {m} (Chaetodon daedalma) [zool.]
wrought iron butterfly
Eisen {n} [chem.]
iron
Der Froschkönig oder der eiserne Heinrich
The Frog Prince, or Iron Henry
Bandeisenhaspel {f} [techn.]
strap iron reel
Gusseisen
cast iron
Kerneisen
core iron
Wellblech
corrugated sheet iron
mit leeren Händen
empty-handed
unparteiisch
even handed
vierhändig
four-handed
reichte
handed
eingereicht
handed in
ausgehaendigt
handed over
herumgereicht
handed round
eisenhart
hard as iron
Eisenhütte
iron-works
Eisen
iron
Eisenstange
iron bar
Eisenguss
iron casting
Eisengiessereien
iron foundries
Eisengiesserei
iron foundry
Eisenbeschlag
iron mountings
Eisenerz
iron ore
ins reine bringen
iron out
Eisenstange
iron rod
Eisenhütte
iron works
freigebigere
more open handed
freigebigste
most open handed
freigebig
open handed
rechtshaendig, rechtshaendigen
right handed
Kanonenofen
round iron stove
Eisenblech
sheet-iron
Eisenblech
sheet iron
Weicheisen
soft iron
Loetkolben
soldering iron
man soll das Eisen schmieden
strike while the iron is hot
der eiserne Vorhang
the iron curtain
Sie wurden auf frischer Tat ertappt
they were caught red-handed
plaetten
to iron
ausbuegeln
to iron out
ins reine bringen
to iron out
zweihaendig, zweihaendige
two handed

Deutsche eisern; mit eiserner Hand Faust regierend {adj} [pol.] / eiserner Griff / das mit eiserner Hand Faust regierende Regime Synonyme

eiserner  
händisch  manuell  mit  der  Hand  per  Hand  
faust  
hand  
auf  der  Hand  liegen  offensichtlich  (sein)  
aus  zweiter  Hand  gebraucht  getragen  
abgeben  aus  der  Hand  geben  überlassen  hergeben  
Administration  öffentliche  Hand  Bürokratie  Verwaltung  
handverlesen  sorgfältig  ausgewählt  von  Hand  geerntet  
auf  der  Hand  liegend  einleuchtend  selbst  erklärend  selbstdokumentierend  unmittelbar  verständlich  
auf  der  Hand  liegend  augenscheinlich  evident  klarerweise  offensichtlich  selbstverständlich  trivial  
abstreiten  bestreiten  in  Abrede  stellen  leugnen  verneinen  verweigern  von  der  Hand  weisen  widersprechen  
Flosse  (umgangssprachlich)  Greifhand  Hand  Pfote  (derb)  Pranke  (derb)  
bereit  bereit  liegend  griffbereit  zur  Hand  
hinter  verschlossenen  Türen  hinter  vorgehaltener  Hand  inoffiziell  nicht  amtlich  nicht  autoritativ  nicht  öffentlich  
abdrücken  (umgangssprachlich)  ausgeben  berappen  (umgangssprachlich)  bezahlen  blechen  (umgangssprachlich)  entrichten  Geld  in  die  Hand  nehmen  (umgangssprachlich)  hinblättern  (umgangssprachlich)  in  die  Tasche  greifen  (umgangssprachlich)  löhnen  (umgangssprachlich)  zahlen  
regime  
eisern  
Herrschaftsform  Regierungsform  Regime  
eisern  hart  steinern  
griff  
in  den  Griff  bekommen  kontrollieren  
abhelfen  beheben  in  den  Griff  bekommen  
Griff  Griffstück  Handgriff  Schaft  Stiel  
Anfasser  Griff  Halt  Haltegriff  Handgriff  Heft  (Messer)  Henkel  Knauf  
beherrschen  fähig  sein  im  Griff  haben  (umgangssprachlich)  im  Stande  sein  imstande  sein  in  der  Lage  sein  können  vermögen  
auf der Hand liegen  offensichtlich (sein)  
auf der Hand liegend  augenscheinlich  evident  offensichtlich  selbstverständlich  trivial  
auf der Hand liegend  einleuchtend  selbst erklärend  selbstdokumentierend  unmittelbar verständlich  
aus zweiter Hand  gebraucht  getragen  
eisern  hart  steinern  
at hand  about  about to be  accessible  adaptable  all-around  along toward  already in sight  approaching  around  
big hand  acclaim  acclamation  applause  burst of applause  cheer  clap  clapping  clapping of hands  eclat  
free hand  ample scope  bigheartedness  blank check  bounteousness  bountifulness  bounty  carte blanche  clearance  easy purse strings  
give a hand  abet  acclaim  aid  applaud  assist  avail  bail out  bear a hand  befriend  
hand clasp  accost  address  bob  bow  curtsy  embrace  greeting  hail  handshake  
hand down  abalienate  add a codicil  alien  alienate  amortize  assign  barter  bequeath  cede  
hand grenade  aerial bomb  antipersonnel bomb  bomb  bombshell  carcass  concussion grenade  depth bomb  depth charge  fire bomb  
hand in hand  affably  agreeably  amiably  amicably  ardently  arm in arm  as one  as one man  back to back  
hand in  circulate  come across with  deliver  deliver over  distribute  fork over  forward  give in  give out  
hand on  abalienate  add a codicil  alien  alienate  amortize  assign  barter  bequeath  broadcast  
hand out  accord  administer  afford  allot  allow  award  bestow  bestow on  circulate  
hand over fist  amain  apace  at flank speed  at once  by forced marches  cursorily  double-quick  expeditiously  fast  
hand over  abalienate  abandon  abdicate  abjure  acknowledge defeat  alien  alienate  amortize  ante  
hand  Adamite  John Hancock  X  abalienate  accessible  acclaim  acclamation  accomplished fact  accomplishment  
hand-in-hand  allied  approaching  approximate  approximating  arm-in-arm  assembled  associated  banded together  bound  
have in hand  be enfeoffed of  be possessed of  be seized of  boast  claim  command  control  enjoy  fill  
heavy hand  argumentum baculinum  big stick  despotism  domination  domineering  fascism  firm hand  high hand  iron boot  
helping hand  Samaritan  aid  aider  assist  assister  backer  befriender  benefactor  benefactress  
in hand  accepted  accidental  accompanying  acting  active  ado  afloat  afoot  arranged  
iron hand  administration  argumentum baculinum  authority  big stick  claws  clutches  command  control  despotism  
lend a hand  abet  aid  assist  avail  bail out  bear a hand  befriend  benefit  comfort  
on hand  accessible  adaptable  all-around  at hand  attendant  available  by one  convenient  free and clear  
on the other hand  a rebours  after all  again  against the grain  albeit  alias  all the same  although  arsy-varsy  
out of hand  abandoned  ad lib  at short notice  at sight  beyond control  breachy  by ear  contumacious  defiant  
right hand man  alter ego  assistant  confidant  employee  fidus Achates  girl Friday  helper  hired hand  hired man  
right hand  Epistle side  alter ego  clockwise  confidant  conservative  decanal side  dexter  dextral  dextrocardial  
sleight of hand  Prospero  airiness  appearance  artful dodge  artifice  bag of tricks  blind  bluff  bosey  
upper hand  advantage  ascendance  ascendancy  authority  balance of power  bulge  charisma  charm  clout  

Englische iron-handed; iron-fisted Synonyme

iron handed 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.
Double-handed
(a.) Having two hands.
Double-handed
(a.) Deceitful
Fast-handed
(a.) Close-handed
Free-handed
(a.) Open-handed
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.
Handed
(imp. & p. p.) of Hand
Handed
(a.) With hands joined
Handed
(a.) Having a peculiar or characteristic hand.
Hard-handed
(a.) Having hard hands, as a manual laborer.
Harping iron
() A harpoon.
High-handed
(a.) Overbearing
Horny-handed
(a.) Having the hands horny and callous from labor.
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.
Large-handed
(a.) Having large hands, Fig.: Taking, or giving, in large quantities
Left-handed
(a.) Having the left hand or arm stronger and more dexterous than the right
Left-handed
(a.) Clumsy
Left-handed
(a.) Having a direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch when seen in front
Light-handed
(a.) Not having a full complement of men
Lily-handed
(a.) Having white, delicate hands.
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.
Open-handed
(a.) Generous
Red-handed
(a. / adv.) Having hands red with blood
Right-handed
(a.) Using the right hand habitually, or more easily than the left.
Right-handed
(a.) Having the same direction or course as the movement of the hands of a watch seen in front
Right-handed
(a.) Having the whorls rising from left to right
Short-handed
(a.) Short of, or lacking the regular number of, servants or helpers.
Single-handed
(a.) Having but one hand, or one workman
Sinister-handed
(a.) Left-handed
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.
Strait-handed
(a.) Parsimonious
Tee iron
() See T iron, under T.
Three-handed
(a.) Said of games or contests where three persons play against each other, or two against one
T iron
() See under T.
Tue-iron
(n.) See Tuyere.
Two-handed
(a.) Having two hands
Two-handed
(a.) Used with both hands
Two-handed
(a.) Using either hand equally well
Wing-handed
(a.) Having the anterior limbs or hands adapted for flight, as the bats and pterodactyls.

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two-handed backhand a backhand shot made holding the racquet in both hands
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
two-handed saw
whipsaw
two-man saw
lumberman's saw
a saw with handles at both ends, intended for use by two people
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
left-handed pitcher
left-hander left hander
lefthander
lefty southpaw
a baseball pitcher who throws the ball with the left hand
right-handed pitcher
right-hander
(baseball) a pitcher who throws with the right hand
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
short-handed
short-staffed
undermanned
understaffed
inadequate in number of workers or assistants etc., they're rather short-handed at the moment, overcrowded and understaffed hospitals
bumbling
bungling
butterfingered
ham-fisted
ham-handed
handless
heavy-handed
left-handed
lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands, a bumbling mechanic, a bungling performance, ham-handed governmental interference, could scarcely empty a scuttle of ashes, so handless was the poor creature- Mary H. Vorse
left-handed ironically ambiguous, a left-handed compliment
iron-grey
iron-gray
of the grey color of iron
dextrorotary
dextrorotatory
right-handed
rotating to the right
levorotary
levorotatory
left-handed
rotating to the left
handed-down
tralatitious
having been passed along from generation to generation, among Biblical critics a tralatitious interpretation is one received by expositor from expositor
light-handed having a metaphorically delicate touch, the translation is...light-handed...and generally unobtrusive- New Yorker
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