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bottler

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[ bot-l-er ]
/ ˈbɒt l ər /
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noun
a person, thing, or company that bottles.
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Origin of bottler

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Other definitions for bottler (2 of 2)

bottler2
[ bot-ler ]
/ ˈbɒt lər /

noun
Australian and New Zealand Slang. a person or thing that is excellent or excites admiration.

Origin of bottler

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Origin obscure; the final -er (apparently -er1) is shared by a number of synonymous expressive words, the earliest of which is perhaps bonzer
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How to use bottler in a sentence

  • Do' e tell squoire we longs to heer from him, and has dootings about his not writing himself, and Lieftenant Bottler is smoky.'

    Waverley|Sir Walter Scott

British Dictionary definitions for bottler

bottler
/ (ˈbɒtə) /

noun
Australian and NZ informal an excellent or outstanding person or thing
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