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Definition of bottle


  • nitrous oxide for automotive racing purposes. Known in the "import" and/or street racing crowds as "nos" or "nahs."
    This small block is bottle-fed for an added boost in horsepower.

    Last edited on Jul 04 2014. Submitted by Norm from Ft Worth, TX, USA on Dec 20 2001.

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  • Courage, daring.

    "Got a lot of bottle" - brave or audacious; "To bottle out" - to abandon something timidly

    From rhyming slang "Bottle and glass = arse" implying good control of the anal sphincter, or ="class", with the same meaning in the boxing world.

    Last edited on Jun 26 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 30 2009.

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