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bottle in Cooking topic

bottlebottle2 verb [transitive]  1 DFDto put a liquid, especially wine or beer, into a bottle after you have made it The whisky is bottled here before being sent abroad.2 DFC British English to put vegetables or fruit into special glass containers in order to preserve them syn can American English bottle out bottle something ↔ up→ See Verb table
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bottlewine bottled in OregonTry not to bottle up emotions.She couldn't possibly keep a gigantic secret like that bottled up inside her.They will expect you to bottle up your inner uncertainty, whatever it is about.