If you say that someone has bottled it, you mean that they have lost their courage at the last moment and have not done something they intended to do.
a dealer in empty bottles
If you bottle up strong feelings, you do not express them or show them, especially when this makes you tense or angry .
a bottle for beer
A bottle bank is a large container into which people can put empty bottles so that the glass can be used again.
a device for closing or sealing a bottle, esp. a metal cover with a cork gasket fitting tightly over the mouth of a glass or plastic bottle, held in place by crimping the edge of the cap over the lip or flange of the bottle
a so-called club in which patrons, nominally members, are served liquor from bottles purportedly belonging to them, without regard to liquor control laws
to feed (a baby ) with milk from a bottle instead of breast-feeding
If you bottle-feed a baby, you give it milk or a liquid like milk in a bottle rather than the baby sucking milk from its mother's breasts .
a large jack used for heavy lifts
If you bottle out, you lose your courage at the last moment and do not do something you intended to do.
a rack for bottles, such as bottles of wine
A bottle shop is a shop which sells wine, beer, and other alcoholic drinks.
a cap on the top of a bottle
any of several Australian sterculiaceous trees of the genus Sterculia (or Brachychiton ) that have a bottle-shaped swollen trunk
well-informed and enthusiastic about something
a bottle half the size of a standard bottle of wine, spirits, etc
a bottle containing ink
a glass bottle in which milk is sold, esp when it is distributed by a milkman
a small bottle that pills are kept in
drinking of alcohol, esp to excess
a woman with dyed blonde hair
glass used for making bottles, consisting of a silicate of sodium, calcium, and aluminium
an Old World cucurbitaceous climbing plant, Lagenaria siceraria, having large hard-shelled gourds as fruits
Something that is bottle-green is dark green in colour.
A bottle-opener is a metal device for removing caps or tops from bottles.
a party to which guests bring drink
a shop or part of a hotel where alcohol is sold in unopened containers for consumption elsewhere
a menial or factotum
an aquatic nymphaeaceous plant, Nuphar lutea, of Europe and N Asia, having floating heart-shaped leaves and yellow flowers
a surface formed by inserting the smaller end of an open tapered tube through the surface of the tube and making this end contiguous with the other end
an instrument used by oceanographers for obtaining samples of sea water from a desired depth
a metal cylinder containing oxygen under pressure
a bottle of perfume
a heavy, sealed bottle with a tube on the inside connected at the top with a nozzle and valve which, when opened, allows the flow of pressurized, carbonated water contained within
A vacuum bottle is the same as a → vacuum flask .
A water bottle is a small container for carrying water to drink on a long journey .
a bottle with more than one neck, used for passing gases through liquids
an episode of a television series in which the action takes place in a single location using only a few actors
A dropper bottle is a container from which medicine is administered using a device that lets the medicine out in drops .
A feeding bottle is a plastic bottle with a special rubber top through which a baby can suck milk or other liquids.
a configuration of magnetic fields for containing plasma
a small bottle used to hold medicine
A nursing bottle is a plastic bottle with a special rubber top through which a baby can suck milk or another liquid.
a plastic container for a liquid or paste, designed to dispense its contents when squeezed
a tank collecting coolant from a radiator while an engine is heated, and from which the coolant returns to the radiator when the engine cools
hit the bottle:
to start drinking too much alcohol, usually because something very unpleasant or upsetting has happened to you
open a bottle:
If you open a bottle, you remove the cork or cap .
A hot-water bottle is a rubber container that you fill with hot water and put in a bed to make it warm.
spin the bottle:
a kissing game played by young people, in which a bottle is laid on its side and spun to point to the one to be kissed