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half-bottle

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Definition of half-bottle in English:

noun

A bottle that is half the standard size.
Example sentences
  • Average yields are minuscule once the grapes have been raisined, but the results are luscious in the extreme, and are invariably bottled in a half-bottle.
  • They balance this against dispersion: half-bottles may go where full bottles do not, or go first.
  • ‘I only made 400 half-bottles,’ Eymael sighed, ‘and I've already poured three today.’

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