ironmonger's


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ironmonger's

(ˈaɪənˌmʌŋɡəz) ,

ironmonger

or

ironmonger's shop

n
(Commerce) Brit a shop where articles for the house and garden such as tools, nails, and pans are sold
Translations

ironmonger's

[ˈaɪərnmʌŋgərz] ironmonger [ˈaɪərnmʌŋgər] ironmonger's shop (British) nquincaillerie f
References in classic literature ?
She was an ironmonger's daughter, and her marriage was thought a great match.
Iron, if kept at the ironmonger's, will rust; beer, if not brewed in the right state of the atmosphere, will sour; timber of ships will rot at sea, or if laid up high and dry, will strain, warp and dry-rot; money, if kept by us, yields no rent and is liable to loss; if invested, is liable to depreciation of the particular kind of stock.
Ironmonger's three-pointer late in the game was, sadly for the Ducks, a rare made basket on the afternoon.
After hearing two days of evidence, Mr Cotter outlined six failures by Midland Heart and said he was satisfied that neglect had been a contributory factor to Mr Ironmonger's death.
Two such were the local ironmonger's and the butcher's shop.
The other 10 monthly winners were: Randel Hopkin, Thomas Jones and Sons ironmonger's, of Tylacelyn Road, Penygraig, Rhondda.