screw top


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screw top

n
1. a lid with a threaded rim that is turned on the corresponding thread on the neck of a bottle or container to close it securely
2. a bottle or container having such a lid
ˈscrew-ˌtop, ˈscrew-ˌtopped adj
References in classic literature ?
The detonator was connected with the screw top of the can.
The flask has two openings: A large screw top, that makes it quick to refill and clean and a "ClickClose" stopper for drinking from the bottle.
Take a tipple Choose screw top bottles of wine and twist cap beers so you don't have to carry a corkscrew (and to avoid the disappointment of arriving at your picnic and realising you've forgotten it
Includes: 101 cards, three-inch recyclable plastic screw top jar.
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net life hack Cut the bottom off a two litre plastic bottle and use with or without screw top over tender plants as a cloche.
Caption: Aladdin: Aladdin's Classic Mason Salad Jar features a dressing container built into a colored screw top.
With its screw top lid it can be opened, or saved for later.
To be honest, people always prefer a cork in a bottle to a screw top even though the screw top technology now has improved so much that there's no reason why you shouldn't have good quality wine under it.
VERDICT: This cream came in a small glass jar, with a pink plastic screw top with boxed packaging containing clear instructions.
The glass jar has a metal screw top lid and is from lot number 161/11 with a best before date of 10/06/2014.
A screw top jar defeated me and I gave up the fight.