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

[Originally a trademark.]
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(ˈθɜːməs) or

Thermos flask

trademark a type of stoppered vacuum flask used to preserve the temperature of its contents. See also Dewar flask
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(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]
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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
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تِرْموس: وَعاء حِفْظ الحَرارَهثِيرْمُوس®
서모스 보온병
bình thủy


® [ˈθɜːməs] N (also Thermos flask or bottle) → termo m
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[ˈθɜːrməs ˈθɜːrmɒs] Thermos flask nThermos® m inv or f inv, bouteille f Thermos®
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n (also Thermos flask or (US) bottle)Thermosflasche® f
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® [ˈθɜːməs] n (also Thermos flask or bottle) → thermos ® m inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

Thermos (flask)®

(ˈθəːməs (flaːsk)) noun
a type of vacuum-flask. He had some tea in a Thermos (flask).
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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
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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.
Seat 1 2 3 4 5 Name Seat color Seat type Cup Ingredient Seat 1 2 3 4 5 Name Time Alice Mad Hatter Dormouse March Hare Seat color Yellow Blue Red Green White Seat type Bean bag Armchair Bench Highchair Stool Cup Mug Chalice Bowl Thermos Teacup Ingredient Cakes Sugar Tea Treacle Cream Laura White
"What can we do to combat this threat - we can ban the use of non-reprocessing plastic items in UN buildings in New York, Geneva and Nairobi," said Espinos and noted that she always wears a thermos with water and does not buy plastic bottles.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Emotive 9 Pater 10 Sikhs 11 Thermos 12 Inn 13 Catacomb 16 Noble art 17 Nan 19 Parable 21 Easel 22 Overt 23 Tail end.
Truong Trung Hieu concealed the illegal wildlife products inside a Thermos Flask, wrapped with foiled paper, as checked-in luggage.
On Wednesday, the county was treated to a spectacle of thermos breaking which rocked various parts of the county as word quickly spread on social media of the new 'discovery.'
Don't wait for hot foods to cool down before pouring into an insulated thermos. Preheat your thermos by filling it with boiling water and letting it sit for a few minutes, then pour out the water and add your hot food.
* Thermos lightened the color palette in its line with pastels and neutrals, as well as matte finishes, said Emily Walsh, national accounts manager.
SCHAUMBURG -- Thermos, a manufacturer of portable insulated food and drink containers sold under its flagship Genuine Thermos Brand, partnered with the style-makers at Patina Vie to launch a new beverageware line debuting at the 2018 International Home + Housewares Show.
He hid it that November next to a crematorium in the death camp inside of a thermos wrapped in a leather pouch.
In this paper, we propose a new array configuration called the thermos array, which has fewer number of sensor pairs with small separations than the hourglass array, and hence, the thermos array is more robust to mutual coupling.
A little tight for a full sized camera or thermos and spare jacket, but great for most outings.