A glass or plastic container with a narrow neck, used for storing drinks or other liquids.
A bottle is a type of container used for storing liquids, usually beer, wine, soda, and water. It is typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped.
The word bottle comes from the French bote, which means “to suck”. It is also the name of an Australian tree (Sterculia rupestris) that has a very large trunk and a bottle-shaped body. It is found in Australia, New Zealand and the United States.
In science, a bottle is an amorphous solid that possesses the chemical structure of both a liquid and a solid. The molecules are disordered and scattered throughout the entire object, whereas in a solid, they form crystalline rows and columns.
When we think about glass, we often think about the bottles that we drink from, but there are a lot more things to know about this material than that. There are many types of glass, each with its own unique properties and uses.
a glass vessel with a tapered neck, used for storing drinks or other fluids; commonly cylindrical, but sometimes round or oval.
A plastic or glass container with a narrow neck, used for holding liquids such as beer, wine and water; a jar.
A liquor store is a retail shop that sells pre-packaged alcoholic beverages in bottles intended to be consumed off the premises of the store. It may be called a bottle shop, off licence, package store or ABC store depending on region and local idiom.
a beverage containing ethanol and carbonated soda, typically in a glass bottle that is reusable or recyclable. It is available in various flavors and is sold in supermarkets and restaurants across the United States.
In the UK, a bottle is used as a noun to refer to someone’s capacity for dealing with demanding or difficult situations. It is used in phrases such as have you the bottle to do it? and don’t bottle out.
The word is also used as a verb to mean to strike someone with a drinking glass with the intent of causing injury, as in she bottled him. It is also the name of a game played in some cultures where a person spins a bottle and whoever it points to, has to kiss them.
A bottle can contain any kind of liquid, including potions and elixirs. In the Brewing Process, a bottle can be filled with water and then used to make potions. It is an essential part of the brewing process.
Another important thing to remember about a bottle is that it can be lost in the brewing process, especially if the bottle is thrown. For example, if a player throws a glass bottle in the brewing stand with one ingredient, such as Nether Wart, the potion will be converted into a Splash Potion that can be thrown at other players or mobs.