i|ron|mon|ger [ˈaıənˌmʌŋgə US ˈaıərnˌmʌŋgər, -ˌma:ŋ-] n BrE old-fashioned
1.) someone who works in or owns a shop that sells tools and equipment for your home and garden
2.) ironmonger's
a shop that sells this equipment
>ironmongery n [U]

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