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English words starting with bott

Bott

ˌbɒts ˈdɒts

Meanings of Bott:

abbreviation

Bottle.

noun

Small round raised pieces of plastic or metal placed along the lines on the surface of a large road to help mark the lanes (= separate strips of road for vehicles to drive along) or the edge of the road

Meanings of Bottegas:

noun

An artist's workshop or studio, especially in italy during the renaissance.

Meanings of Bottekin:

noun

A small boot.

Meanings of Botticellian:

adjective

Having the characteristics of botticelli's work.

Bottle

ˈbɒt(ə)l

Meanings of Bottle:

noun

A glass or plastic container with a narrow neck, used for storing drinks or other liquids.

Usage examples:

He opened the bottle of beer
verb

Place (drinks or other liquid) in bottles.

Usage examples:

The wine was bottled in 1997

Bottle opener

ˈbɒt.əl ˌəʊ.pən.ər

Meanings of Bottle opener:

noun

An opener for removing caps or corks from bottles

Meanings of Bottle up:

phrasal verb

Control and refrain from showing

Meanings of Bottle-feed:

verb

To feed a baby with milk from a bottle

Usage examples:

She bottle-fed both of her babies.

Meanings of Bottle-green:

noun

A very dark green colour

Usage examples:

He wore a bottle-green jacket., her blouse was bottle-green.

Meanings of Bottle-out:

phrasal verb

Lose one's nerve and decide not to do something.

Usage examples:

Once i'd volunteered there was no way i'd bottle out

Bottlebrush

ˈbɒt.əl.brʌʃ

Meanings of Bottlebrush:

noun

A cylindrical brush for cleaning inside bottles.

Usage examples:

With a clean bottlebrush and hot soapy water, thoroughly clean the bottles and other items.

Meanings of Bottled:

adjective

(of drinks) kept or contained in bottles.

Usage examples:

The bar has a large selection of bottled beers
verb

Place (drinks or other liquid) in bottles.

Usage examples:

The wine was bottled in 1997

Bottled-up

ˈbɒt.əl

Meanings of Bottled-up:

phrasal verb

To refuse to talk about something that angers or worries you

Usage examples:

Feelings that had been bottled up for years came flooding out.

Meanings of Bottleful:

noun

The contents of a bottle; as much as a bottle will hold.

Meanings of Bottlefuls:

noun

The contents of a bottle; as much as a bottle will hold.

Meanings of Bottleman:

noun

A person who supervises, or is employed in, a wine or beer cellar (now historical).

Bottleneck

ˈbɒt.əl.nek

Meanings of Bottleneck:

noun

The neck or mouth of a bottle.

Bottlers

ˈbɒtlər

Meanings of Bottlers:

noun

A person or company that bottles drinks.

Usage examples:

He had been a student, a shrimper and a beer bottler

Bottles

ˈbɒt(ə)l

Meanings of Bottles:

noun

A glass or plastic container with a narrow neck, used for storing drinks or other liquids.

Usage examples:

He opened the bottle of beer
verb

Place (drinks or other liquid) in bottles.

Usage examples:

The wine was bottled in 1997

Bottom

ˈbɒtəm

Meanings of Bottom:

noun

The lowest point or part of something.

Usage examples:

The bottom of the page
adjective

In the lowest position.

Usage examples:

The books on the bottom shelf
verb

Denoting a flavour (variety) of unstable quark having an electric charge of - 1/3. bottom quarks have similar properties to down quarks and strange quarks, but are distinguished from them by having a larger mass.

Bottom line

ˌbɒt.əm ˈlaɪn

Meanings of Bottom line:

idiom

The crucial or decisive point

noun

The final total of an account or balance sheet.

Usage examples:

The rise in turnover failed to add to the company's bottom line

Bottom out

ˈbɒt.əm

Meanings of Bottom out:

phrasal verb

Hit the ground

Bottomed

ˈbɒtəm

Meanings of Bottomed:

adjective

Having a base or lowest point of the specified kind.

Usage examples:

A heavy-bottomed copper pan
verb

(of a situation) reach the lowest point before stabilizing or improving.

Usage examples:

Encouraging signs suggested the recession was bottoming out

Meanings of Bottomer:

noun

A person who works at the pit bottom. compare "pit-bottomer" now chiefly historical.

Meanings of Bottomers:

noun

A person who works at the pit bottom. compare "pit-bottomer" now chiefly historical.

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