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iron-on

Syllabification: i·ron-on
Pronunciation: /ˈī(ə)rnˌän
 
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Definition of iron-on in English:

adjective

[attributive]
Able to be fixed to the surface of a fabric by ironing: T-shirts with iron-on transfers
More example sentences
  • For iron-on transfers, the fabric must be able to withstand 350° to 375° heat.
  • Use fabric paint or iron-on transfers for your inkjet printer to create an apron that is just Mom's style.
  • We all bought purple T-shirts together and used Mrs. McKinlay's extensive supplies of iron-on letters and fabric paints to put our last names on the back.

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