- a glass or plastic container with a narrow neck, used for storing drinks or other liquids；the contents of a bottle
- place (drinks or other liquid) in bottles；preserve (fruit or vegetables) by placing them in glass jars with other ingredients
verb: bottle, 3rd person present: bottles, gerund or present participle: bottling, past tense: bottled, past participle: bottled
noun: bottle, plural noun: bottles
- 1. a glass or plastic container with a narrow neck, used for storing drinks or other liquids he opened the bottle of beer 同義詞
- ▪ the contents of a bottle she managed to get through a bottle of wine
- ▪ informal used in reference to the heavy drinking of alcohol more women are taking to the bottle
- ▪ a bottle fitted with a teat for giving milk or other drinks to babies and very young children.
- ▪ a large metal cylinder holding liquefied gas.
- 2. British informal the courage or confidence needed to do something difficult or dangerous I lost my bottle completely and ran 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. place (drinks or other liquid) in bottles the wine was bottled in 1997
- ▪ British preserve (fruit or vegetables) by placing them in glass jars with other ingredients Angela bottled fruit and jam and chutneys
- ▪ store (gas) in containers under pressure the company is run from premises on Tennyson Street, where the gas is bottled and distributed
- 2. informal throw a glass bottle at (someone) he was bottled offstage at a club
- 3. British informal lose one's nerve and decide not to do (something) the leader had completely bottled his confrontation with them one terrified contestant bottles it and scarpers