A container, typically made of glass or plastic and with a narrow neck, used for storing drinks or other liquids
a bottle of soda pop
The contents of such a container
he managed to put away a bottle of wine
Used in reference to heavy drinking
more women are taking to the bottle
A bottle fitted with a nipple for giving milk or other drinks to babies and very young children
a bottle of formula
The milk given to a baby from such a bottle
the age at which parents want a baby to give up the bottle varies
A large metal cylinder holding liquefied gas
a glass or plastic vessel used for storing drinks or other liquids; typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped
store (liquids or gases) in bottles
put into bottles; "bottle the mineral water"
the quantity contained in a bottle
a vessel fitted with a flexible teat and filled with milk or formula; used as a substitute for breast feeding infants and very young children
A bottle is a rigid container with a neck that is narrower than the body and a "mouth". By contrast, a jar has a relatively large mouth or opening. ...
A wine bottle is a bottle used for holding wine, generally made of glass. Some wines are fermented in the bottle, others are bottled only after fermentation. They come in a large variety of sizes, several named for Biblical kings and other figures. ...
"The Bottle" is a song by American soul artist Gil Scott-Heron and musician Brian Jackson, released in 1974 on Strata-East Records in the United States. It was later reissued during the mid-1980s on Champagne Records in the United Kingdom. ...
(Bottles (cartoon)) Bottles is a 1936 MGM cartoon directed by Hugh Harman (and producer) and produced by Rudolf Ising.
(Bottles (mole)) Banjo-Kazooie is a series of video games created by Rare in 1998. The game stars a honey bear named Banjo and his friend, a large red bird named Kazooie, who are both controlled by the player, and a witch named Gruntilda as the primary antagonist. ...
A dwelling; habitation; A building; house; To seal (a liquid) into a bottle for later consumption; To feed (an infant) baby formula; To refrain from doing (something) at the last moment because of a sudden loss of courage; To strike (someone) with a bottle
(BOTTLES) To dream of a bottle or bottles that are empty signifies plans which have already been made being opposed to. A full bottle indicates wealth coming your way, but this depends on what is in the bottle, if it is wine this indicates that something or someone will put you in a bad mood. ...
(Bottles) Cockney rhyming slang for Coppers (see below), from Bottles and Stoppers.
(Bottles) Crack vials; amphetamine
(Bottles) Pressurized tanks of oxygen or breathing air for the Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA).
(Bottles) Wide variety of sizes and shapes, flasks, wines, carboys and demijohns. Once all hand (to about 1820) then mold blown (during 19th). The invention of the automatic bottle blower was a major event in glass history.
(Bottles) a ceramic or glass container used to store liquor indoors as well as to transport liquor to the fields, e.g., "Richard often brought a bottle when he walked out into his crop fields."
(bottles) vials or small containers for selling crack
Bottles are good to dream of if well filled with transparent liquid. You will overcome all obstacles in affairs of the heart, prosperous engagements will ensue. ...
Sam Adams bottles are just about perfect. You'll need a little more than 2 cases worth
means an inner packaging having a neck of relatively smaller cross section than the body and an opening capable of holding a closure for retention of the contents.
UK slang, odds of 2 to 1.
A vessel made of skins for holding wine (Jos 9:4, Jos 9:13; Sa1 16:20; Mat 9:17; Mar 2:22; Luk 5:37, Luk 5:38), or milk (Jdg 4:19), or water (Gen 21:14, Gen 21:15, Gen 21:19), or strong drink (Hab 2:15). Earthenware vessels were also similarly used (Jer 19:1; Kg1 14:3; Isa 30:14). ...
two pounds, or earlier tuppence (2d), from the cockney rhyming slang: bottle of spruce = deuce (= two pounds or tuppence). Spruce probably mainly refers to spruce beer, made from the shoots of spruce fir trees which is made in alcoholic and non-alcoholic varieties. ...
One who actively collects money for your performance