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1. A receptacle having a narrow neck, usually no handles, and a mouth that can be plugged, corked, or capped.
2. The quantity that a bottle holds.
3. A receptacle filled with milk or formula that is fed, as to babies, in place of breast milk.
4. Informal
a. Intoxicating liquor: Don't take to the bottle.
b. The practice of drinking large quantities of intoxicating liquor: Her problem is the bottle.
tr.v. bot·tled, bot·tling, bot·tles
1. To place in a bottle.
2. To hold in; restrain: bottled up my emotions.

[Middle English botel, from Old French botele, from Medieval Latin butticula, diminutive of Late Latin buttis, cask.]

bot′tler n.


[ˈbɒtld] ADJ bottled beercerveza f de botella
bottled gasgas m de bombona
bottled wateragua f embotellada


adj winein Flaschen (abgefüllt); gasin Flaschen; beerFlaschen-; fruiteingemacht
References in classic literature ?
This powder must not be used before to-morrow morning; but I think it is now cool enough to be bottled.
Tell them to put everything they have cold, on the table, and some bottled ale, and let us taste your very best Madeira.
Under the auspices of the three, the bottled ale and the Madeira were promptly disposed of; and when (the horses being once more put to) they resumed their seats, with the case-bottle full of the best substitute for milk-punch that could be procured on so short a notice, the key-bugle sounded, and the red flag waved, without the slightest opposition on Mr.
At the Hop Pole at Tewkesbury, they stopped to dine; upon which occasion there was more bottled ale, with some more Madeira, and some port besides; and here the case-bottle was replenished for the fourth time.
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Over time, that stream has included an increasing amount of plastic, as it has become a material of choice for marketers of carbonated soft drinks and bottled water.
According to the International Bottled Water Association, single-serve bottles account for over 25% of the water market.
landfills (and litter along roadways) are any indication, the bottled water industry is booming (see "Message in a Bottle," cover story, September/October 2003).
The bottled water industry is growing at a double-digit rate in Southern California.
In a four-year study, NRDC concluded that there is no guarantee that bottled water is safer or cleaner than tap water.
Over half of Americans drink bottled water, spending 240-10,000 times more per gallon for bottled water than they do for tap water, a trend largely fueled by the belief that bottled water is safer and healthier than tap water.
Bottled water has become increasingly more popular than tap water among water connoisseurs.