Definition of 'bottle bank'
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By the bottle bank, she met Sam Noble, who was calling by the surgery to collect a prescription from Dr Rhys. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)I put it in the bottle bank on the way home before I could think, ensuring that it was impossible to retrieve. THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
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Translations for 'bottle bank'
British English: bottle bank /ˈbɒtl bæŋk/ NOUN
A bottle bank is a large container into which people can put empty bottles so that the glass can be used again.
- American English: glass recycling container
- Arabic: مُسْتَوْدَع الزُجاجات
- Brazilian Portuguese: recipiente para coleta seletiva de vidros
- Chinese: 玻璃瓶回收站
- Croatian: spremište boca
- Czech: kontejner na láhve
- Danish: glascontainer
- Dutch: glasbak
- European Spanish: contenedor de recogida de vidrio
- Finnish: lasinkeräyspiste
- French: conteneur de verre
- German: Glascontainer
- Greek: κάδος για ανακύκλωση μπουκαλιών
- Italian: contenitore per la raccolta del vetro
- Japanese: 空き瓶回収ボックス
- Korean: 빈 병 수거함
- Norwegian: glassiglo
- Polish: pojemnik na szkło
- European Portuguese: vidrão
- Romanian: container de reciclare pentru sticlă
- Russian: контейнер для сбора стеклотары
- Spanish: contenedor de recogida de vidrio
- Swedish: glasinsamling
- Thai: ที่ที่เก็บขวดเปล่า
- Turkish: şişe geri dönüşüm kutusu
- Ukrainian: контейнер для збору склотари
- Vietnamese: thùng chứa vỏ chai tái chế
Definition of bottle bank from the Collins English Dictionary
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