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to iron out (the difficulties): to put right, to resolve (the difficulties)
We haven't been able to iron out all the problems yet, but we are working on it, and hope to have it fixed by next week.
to iron the wrinkles out of something to make the final touches or adjustments to something
to iron to press and smooth clothes with a heated metal device
- "You'll have to iron out the selling prices with Philip, that isn't my area of expertise."
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