Definition of Iron Lady in English:

Iron Lady

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A nickname given to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, with reference to her allegedly ruthless and inflexible approach.

Origin

1970s: translation of Russian železnaja dama, in the newspaper Krasnaja Zvezda.

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