English version

bottled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbottledbot‧tled /ˈbɒtld $ ˈbɑː-/ adjective   bottled water/beer etc
Examples from the Corpus
bottledOnly the very rich could afford to get hold of the real product, bottled and matured in the region itself.Bottled beers are usually filtered and pasteurised, the bottled version of keg.Wide range of wines, whiskies and continental bottled beers.Dorothy and Sarah and Angela bottled fruit and jam and chutneys.Thicken towards the end of cooking if necessary with plain flour mixed with a little water and a few drops of bottled gravy browning.Lorton spent the evening drinking bottled Guinness and watching snooker on the television.This bottled preserve should keep for about six months.Only drink bottled water - check the seal hasn't been broken - and use it to clean your teeth.
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