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n. pl. ther·mos·es
A vacuum bottle used to keep beverages hot or cold.

[Originally a trademark.]


(ˈθɜːməs) or

Thermos flask

trademark a type of stoppered vacuum flask used to preserve the temperature of its contents. See also Dewar flask


(ˈθɜr məs)

a vacuum bottle or similar insulated container, used for keeping liquids hot or cold. Also called ther′mos bot`tle.
[1905–10; formerly a trademark]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.thermos - vacuum flask that preserves temperature of hot or cold drinksthermos - vacuum flask that preserves temperature of hot or cold drinks
vacuum bottle, vacuum flask - flask with double walls separated by vacuum; used to maintain substances at high or low temperatures
تِرْموس: وَعاء حِفْظ الحَرارَهثِيرْمُوس®
서모스 보온병
bình thủy


® [ˈθɜːməs] N (also Thermos flask or bottle) → termo m


[ˈθɜːrməs ˈθɜːrmɒs] Thermos flask nThermos® m inv or f inv, bouteille f Thermos®


n (also Thermos flask or (US) bottle)Thermosflasche® f


® [ˈθɜːməs] n (also Thermos flask or bottle) → thermos ® m inv

Thermos (flask)®

(ˈθəːməs (flaːsk)) noun
a type of vacuum-flask. He had some tea in a Thermos (flask).


ثِيرْمُوس® termoska termokande Thermosflasche μπουκάλι θερμός termo termospullo Thermos termosica thermos サーモス® 서모스 보온병 Thermos® termos termos garrafa térmica, termo термос Thermos® termos กระติกน้ำร้อนหรือน้ำเย็น termos bình thủy 热水瓶
References in classic literature ?
Were one to bump into a Bengal tiger in the ravine behind the Bimini Baths, one could be no more surprised than was I to see a perfectly good quart thermos bottle turning and twisting in the surf of Cape Farewell at the southern extremity of Greenland.
And the lunchbox with Thermos could be yours for 200-400 dollars.
The multi-layered cup is designed with a corrugated middle layer of tiny air pockets that insulates beverages similar to that of a thermos.
The man, who was arrested on 13 July, was reportedly carrying the party drug in thermos bottles.
While athletic directing at Pitcairn, PA, in the 1940s, Chuck ran into Red parked in a car with picnic basket and a Thermos of coffee.
Levine recommends packing a watermelon-filled thermos as well as bottled water during hot-weather activities to help prevent dehydration.
Lunch boxes have done such a hot job of keeping food fresh and beverages cold (not to mention making a great stash for makeup, markers, secret letters and whatever else) that Thermos is still around after all these years.
This bright, zippy cranberry and ginger punch will do the trick, whether you tote it in a thermos on a cross-country skiing expedition or just have it ready for kids coming in from the cold.
Thermos Products' Beverage Bottle 2520 keeps your coffee hot while you're in class, rehearsing, or teaching.
Before joining Rachel's Organic, Nell enjoyed a highly successful track record in branded fired sales, including a series of senior marketing positions in the multinational Del Monte and Thermos companies.
It arrived at their door in Thermos flasks, together with a DIY baby-making kit.
Explaining the effect such conditions have on jockeys, chief medical officer Dr Michael Turner said: "Wearing a body protector is like being in a thermos flask, a jockey could lose a pound a race in sweat, even though he is wearing it for a relatively short time.