a container for liquids, usually made of glass or plastic, with a rather narrow neck or mouth, and usually no handle
the quantity held by a bottle
milk in bottles used in place of mother's milk
put into bottle; store in bottles
hold in; keep under control
"bottle the mineral water"
He bottled something up inside himself.
The police could not bottle the angry crowd up.
How could the ordinary rules of life be expected to bottle him up?
He was about to speak.Again he bottled himself up.
He was pleading with her to bottle herself up until he could explain.
He was about to say something, but bottled himself up and turned away.
They bottled up the submarines in their nest.