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Ir British & World English

The chemical element iridium

ir- British & World English

Variant spelling of in-, in- assimilated before r (as in irradiate, irrelative).

iridium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 77, a hard, dense silvery-white metal

Ir in iridium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 77, a hard, dense silvery-white metal

Ir New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element iridium

ir Spanish-English

to go

iridium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 77

ir a algo Spanish-English

to lead, to go

ir en algo Spanish-English

to depend

ir ciego in ciego Spanish-English

to have a bad hand

ir dado in dado Spanish-English

if you don't start studying, you'll be in trouble

ir fresco in fresco Spanish-English

he's sadly mistaken if he thinks I'm going to lend him any money, if he thinks I'm going to lend him any money he's got another think coming

ir flecha in flecha Spanish-English

to go the wrong way up a one-way street

ir a más in más Spanish-English

to be on the up and up

ir de caza in caza Spanish-English

to go hunting/shooting

ir de culo in culo Spanish-English

the business is going really badly

ir/venir a dar in dar Spanish-English

the ball had ended up in the next door garden

ir a misa in misa Spanish-English

to go to mass

¿piensas ir? in pensar Spanish-English

are you thinking of going?, are you planning to go?

ir/estar de bureo in bureo Spanish-English

to go/be out on the razzle

ir de bonche in bonche Spanish-English

to party, to have a rave-up

ir de chateo in chateo Spanish-English

go out for a few glasses of wine

ir al cielo in cielo Spanish-English

to go to heaven

ir/estar de copeo in copeo Spanish-English

to go/be out drinking

¿me dejas ir? in dejar Spanish-English

will you let me go?, can I go?

ir en gustos in gusto Spanish-English

to be a matter of taste

ir de gancho in gancho Spanish-English

to walk along arm in arm

ir por libre in libre Spanish-English

to do as one pleases

ir al grano in grano Spanish-English

to get (straight) to the point

ir para largo in largo Spanish-English

it looks like it's going to be a while yet


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