Idiom: iron something out
Idiom: iron something out (iron out something)
- to solve the remaining problems or issues
- We need to iron out the travel details for our trip by this weekend.
- I wish my parents could either iron out their differences or just get divorced.
- If we don't iron out the contract by next week, we'll need to pull out of the project.
- The committee ironed out the final agenda within an hour so we decided to break until after lunch.
- Fortunately, we were able to iron out our difficulties with the supplier.
- I thought we had already ironed out the schedule for carpooling.
- My business partner and I were never able to iron out our differences so we just sold the company.
- Has the marketing team ironed out the social media campaign yet?
- The negotiations were successful and now, we only have to iron out a few minor details about the timing of the project.
- work out
- work through
- straighten out
- agree to
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