Definition of 'flask'
Example sentences containing 'flask'
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An elderly man in a parked car, sipping tea from a flask, was the only visitor we encountered. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He toured the country with a flask of tea and his pipe. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He handed us two tins of tuna fish and a flask of tea. Times, Sunday Times (2014)One guy on my team used to sip whisky from a hip flask before a stressful negotiation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It will be a hip flask replacement. The Sun (2013)One of you brings a flask of coffee and the other cake. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He gave her his sleeping bag and used a flask of ginger tea to warm up her hand. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And talking of old tricks, is that a hip flask clutched in her quivering grasp? Times, Sunday Times (2014)It might help to take along a flask of coffee, plus some delicious pastries. The Sun (2010)Perfect for tools or a vacuum flask, and it handily fits across the handlebars of your bike. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'd packed a flask of tea and some sandwiches and crisps. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And, if possible, take a flask of tea. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So far I've managed to raise three fish and a flask of olive oil. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He carried it around with him in a silver hip flask, and was said to swallow enough at one go to kill 12 people. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you really want to save, think about having a coffee before you leave home, taking a flask or making coffee in the office. The Sun (2012)Then I make my flask of tea, always green tea because it still tastes fresh at the end of the day. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'flask'
British English: flask /flɑːsk/ NOUN
A flask is a bottle used for carrying alcoholic or hot drinks around with you.
...a flask of coffee.
- American English: flask
- Arabic: قَارُورَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: frasco
- Chinese: 保温瓶
- Croatian: pljoska
- Czech: čutora
- Danish: flaske
- Dutch: flacon
- European Spanish: frasco
- Finnish: termospullo
- French: gourde
- German: Thermosflasche
- Greek: φλασκί
- Italian: borraccia
- Japanese: 魔法瓶
- Korean: 플라스크
- Norwegian: feltflaske
- Polish: piersiówka
- European Portuguese: frasco
- Romanian: termos
- Russian: фляга
- Spanish: frasco
- Swedish: termosflaska
- Thai: กระติกน้ำร้อนหรือน้ำเย็น
- Turkish: cep matarası
- Ukrainian: фляга
- Vietnamese: bình rượu nhỏ mang theo người nước
Definition of flask from the Collins English Dictionary
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