This page is about the phrasal verb iron out
If you iron out the last details of a deal, you sort out the final problems or issues.
- iron sth out If we have any differences or issues, we'll have to iron them out before we sign a deal.
- be ironing out sth Ronaldo's manager and the club are ironing out a couple of final issues, but they should have everything sorted out soon.
Nouns often used as objects with iron out: differences, disagreements, issues, problems, hitches, misunderstandings
This is typically used in American and Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
We're having one more meeting to iron out our
Contributor: Matt Errey