1. glass or plastic vessel; cylindrical with a narrow neck; no handle
2. the quantity contained in a bottle
1. store (liquids or gases) in bottles
2. put into bottles;
He made up a bottle of cough medicine.
The boy put the ink bottle back where it came from.
Pour milk out of the bottle into the glass.
The bottle contains six doses of liquid medicine.
She went into a coma after swallowing a whole bottle of sleeping pills.
He knocked over a bottle of ink and ruined the table cloth.
Turn the bottle upside down to empty it before you fill it with oil.
With an effort , he drained off the whole bottle.
The baby needed burping after every bottle.
The bottle cap popped off and he got an eyeful of seltzer.
I poured the milk from the bottle into the cups.
Give the bottle a couple of shakes before pouring the juice.
Shake the bottle well.
He accidentally knocked over an ink bottle.
There is a film of mould over the bottle cap.
a bottle of expensive perfume
a bottle of Scotch
He sought solace in the whisky bottle.
As I sidestepped, the bottle hit me on the left hip.
They heard a bottle being smashed, then more raucous laughter.
Once you've broken the seal of a bottle there's no way you can put it back together again.
Let's call room service, I need a bottle of wine.
One dip into the bottle should do an entire nail.
The bottle smashed against a wall.
Kenny caught his breath as Nikko nearly dropped the bottle.
He untwisted the wire off the champagne bottle, and the cork popped and shot to the ceiling.
The glass bottle is the shape of a woman's torso.
He dropped a bottle in the kitchen and nicked himself on broken glass.
bottle and glass
(Brit. rhyming slang)arse
hit the bottle
(informal)start to drink alcohol heavily, especially as a form of spurious comfort
(of wine) having been aged for a specified number of years in its bottle
the wine is ready for drinking after eight years in bottle.
(bottle someone up)keep an enemy force trapped or contained
the army was bottled up inside the citadel.
(bottle something up)repress or conceal feelings over a period of time
if she bottles it up, it will only be worse later.
[as adj. bottled up]Lily's bottled-up fury.
Once you've had the bottle，you'll never forget it.
The old guy was fond of the bottle.
The bottle babies sat there, waiting to be thrown out at closing time.
There is help for bottle babies.
fight a bottle
He fought a bottle all evening after he was told that his girlfriend would be married to another young man.
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