Definition of bottler in English:

bottler

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɒtlə
 
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noun

1A person or company that bottles drinks: he had been a student, a shrimper and a beer bottler
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  • Soft drink bottlers and fast-food chains frequently use games as a consumer promotion.
  • Palmer is one of the key earnings drivers for one of the largest soft drink bottlers in the world.
  • A practical example of this test can be provided by its application to a merger of, for instance, soft drink bottlers.
2British informal A person with little mental strength or resilience: he turned out to be one of the biggest bottlers in boxing
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  • ‘To spend that amount of money and not have it work, that's absurd,’ grouses one bottler.
  • But a loophole has recently allowed one bottler to divorce itself from this system of inconsistent state and federal rules.
  • The report also states that the company's local bottler buys sugar refined at Central Izalco, the biggest sugar mill in El Salvador.
3Australian/NZ informal An admirable person or thing: he’s getting married to a real little bottler
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  • I'm not real big on signs, but that one's a bottler.
  • No news is as good as a quirky statistic, and this one's a bottler: 1 in 20 British people will dump their partner before Christmas or Valentine's Day in order to avoid buying them a present.
  • On the basis of what we have seen so far in the premiership rounds, the 2005 will be an absolute bottler!

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