bottler

1 [bot-l-er]
noun
a person, thing, or company that bottles.

Origin:
bottle1 + -er1

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bottler

2 [bot-ler]
noun
Australian and New Zealand Slang. a person or thing that is excellent or excites admiration.

Origin:
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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bottler (ˈbɒtələ)
 
n
informal (Austral), (NZ) an excellent or outstanding person or thing

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Example sentences
The bottler may further treat this water to obtain the desired taste.
The bottler acquisitions that took place during the study period are the main focus of this report.
The tax herein levied shall be paid by the manufacturer, bottler or wholesaler selling beer or wine coolers to licensed retailers.
The term bottler came from a device old world performers used for collecting money.
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