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  • EN [ bəʊl]
  • US [ boʊl]

English definition


  • 1. a round vessel that is open at the top; used for holding fruit or liquids or for serving food

  • 2. a concave shape with an open top

  • 3. a dish that is round and open at the top for serving foods

  • 4. the quantity contained in a bowl

  • 5. a large structure for open-air sports or entertainments

  • 6. a wooden ball (with flattened sides) used in the game of bowls

  • 7. a small round container that is open at the top for holding tobacco


  • 1. roll (a ball)

  • 2. engage in the sport of bowling;

    • "My parents like to bowl on Friday nights"

Example sentences

  • First put the flour in the bowl, and then beat the eggs in.

  • He took up a bowl of water and gulped it down.

  • There isn't the slightest flaw in this bowl.

  • Their best man came on to bowl.

  • I refilled the dog's water bowl.

  • Fold this glass bowl in newspaper.

  • Cover the food with a bowl to keep it from getting cold.

  • He put some pepper in the bowl.

  • Form a bowl from clay.

  • Our hostess served up a large bowl of steaming hot dumplings.

  • The bowl is too small for the soup.

  • There's a crack on the underneath of the bowl.

  • Don't empty the dirty water into the bowl.

  • He drank up a whole bowl.

  • Put the bowl where it belongs.

  • a bowl of strawberries with lashings of cream

  • There's not much sustenance in a bowl of soup.

  • Meanwhile, melt the white chocolate in a bowl suspended over simmering water.

  • Tip the vegetables into a bowl.

  • Everyone wanted to bowl, hence everyone wanted to open a bowling alley.

  • Place them in a jam jar, porcelain bowl, or other similar container.

  • Mix the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl.

  • Remove the cover and spoon some of the sauce into a bowl.

  • Crack the eggs into a bowl.

  • He was sitting at the big table cradling a large bowl of milky coffee.

  • She poured some water into a plastic bowl. Faust, her Great Dane, lapped it up with relish.

  • Serve a bowl of warm tomato sauce on the side for dipping, if desired.

  • In a separate bowl, whisk together the remaining sugar and the yolks.

  • She served him a bowl of beef stew.

  • Smear a little olive oil over the inside of the salad bowl.

Phrase collocation

  • bowl out &I{【体育运动】}

    To retire (a batsman in cricket) with a bowled ball that knocks the bails off the wicket.

  • bowl over

    To take by surprise.

    To make a powerful impression on; overwhelm.

  • bowl someone over

    knock someone down

Meaning of bowl

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