Definition of 'bottle'
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He grabbed an empty vodka bottle while a woman shielded him with a coat. The Sun (2017)Another shows three lags laughing as they gulp from a bottle of clear liquid. The Sun (2016)She had crashed her car into a hedge after drinking two bottles of wine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He came in with two glasses and a bottle of wine. The Sun (2017)We sat and talked then ended up watching a movie and opening a bottle of wine. The Sun (2017)Champagne bottles can be stored upright. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She has launched a perfume; it comes in a milk bottle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A performer cycled by with an open beer bottle balanced on his head. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The regulations are there for good reason, to try to stop liquid going into a bottle which is not whisky. Times, Sunday Times (2016) FREE bottle of wine? The Sun (2017)We opened the door and there he was guzzling a bottle of vodka. The Sun (2014)The liquid in the bottle can feel like an afterthought. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Wait until they try it from glass bottles. The Sun (2013)One or two were swigging from a whisky bottle. The Sun (2015)Simply remove the top of the bottle just below the shoulder. The Sun (2013)They drink about eight bottles of wine a month. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Will the pilot be able to get a cork out of an empty wine bottle? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Claim your free bottle of sauvignon blanc. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The milk bottle chore was suggested for her. Positive Parent Power (1991)Empty beer bottles are lined up on the counter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Milk bottles on doorsteps can be tampered with. The Sun (2010)Struggled to get sauce out of the ketchup bottle to go with your bacon this morning? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We had always thought we had ample bottles of champagne for our tour but we were wrong. Broken Lives (1993)She came out like a cork from a bottle. The Sun (2010)You can also enjoy a bottle of wine and fruit on arrival. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And no one will bat an eyelid if you collect another bottle of fizz in your robe and slippers. The Sun (2011)Police said that the suspect had been refused entry to the pub by door staff before throwing the bottle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Its two raw ingredients are liquids that could be carried on board in containers such as bottles of soft drink. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'bottle'
British English: bottle /ˈbɒtl/ NOUN
A bottle is a glass or plastic container in which drinks and other liquids are kept.
There were two empty beer bottles on the table.
- American English: bottle
- Arabic: زُجاجَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: garrafa
- Chinese: 瓶子
- Croatian: boca
- Czech: láhev
- Danish: flaske
- Dutch: fles
- European Spanish: botella
- Finnish: pullo
- French: bouteille
- German: Flasche
- Greek: μπουκάλι
- Italian: bottiglia
- Japanese: ボトル
- Korean: 병
- Norwegian: flaske
- Polish: butelka
- European Portuguese: garrafa
- Romanian: sticlă
- Russian: бутылка
- Spanish: botella
- Swedish: flaska
- Thai: ขวด
- Turkish: şişe
- Ukrainian: пляшка
- Vietnamese: chai nước
British English: bottle VERB
To bottle a drink or other liquid means to put it into bottles after it has been made.
This is a large truck which has equipment to automatically bottle the wine.
Definition of bottle from the Collins English Dictionary
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