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Another word for container

      1. A kind of bucket, usually with a wide lip, used for pouring coal on a fire
      2. An opening in a wall or roof, fitted with a lid or cover
      3. A small opening or hatch with a movable lid in the deck or hull of a ship or in the roof, wall, or floor of a building.
      1. Vigilance awareness training.
      2. A liquid containing a vat dye
      3. A large vessel, such as a tub, cistern, or barrel, used to hold or store liquids.
      1. The amount that this container can hold:
      2. An enclosed, heavily armored combat vehicle that is armed with cannon and machine guns and moves on continuous tracks.
      3. A usually artificial pool, pond, reservoir, or cistern, especially one used to hold water for drinking or for irrigation.
      1. A device that purifies or alters by a process comparable to distillation.
      2. An apparatus consisting of two vessels connected by a tube, formerly used for distilling liquids.
      3. An apparatus of glass or metal, like a retort, formerly used for distilling
      1. A violently agitated condition like the boiling contents of a cauldron
      2. A state or situation of great distress or unrest felt to resemble a boiling kettle or vat:
      3. A large vessel, such as a kettle or vat, used for boiling.
      1. A small group of animals, esp. of seals or whales
      2. (Zoology) An egg case of certain insects, especially a locust or other orthopteran.
      3. A dry fruit or seed vessel developed from a single carpel enclosing one or more seeds and usually splitting along two sutures at maturity, as a legume
      1. (Chem., former) Any shallow dish or tray for evaporating liquids
      2. A small soluble container, usually made of gelatin, that encloses a dose of an oral medicine or a vitamin.
      3. A case or pod, containing seeds, spores, or carpels; esp., a dry dehiscent fruit
      1. A compartment in a firearm, as in the breech of a rifle or the cylinder of a revolver, that holds the cartridge in readiness for firing.
      2. (Chiefly British) A suite of rooms, especially one used by lawyers.
      3. An enclosed space in the body of a plant or animal
      1. (Geol.) A depression in glacial drift remaining after the melting of an isolated mass of buried ice
      2. A metal container for boiling or cooking things; pot
      3. A metal pot, usually with a lid, for boiling or stewing.
      1. The amount that a pail can hold.
      2. A more or less cylindrical container, usually with a curved handle, for holding and carrying liquids, etc.; bucket
      3. A watertight cylindrical vessel, open at the top and fitted with a handle; a bucket.
      1. A bottle, holding about two fifths of a gallon (1.5 liters), for wine or liquor.
      2. The amount of liquid that this bottle can hold.
      3. A wine bottle holding about 1.5 liters, about twice as much as the usual bottle
      1. (--- Zoology) Either of a pair of depressions between the nostril and the eye of a pit viper that contain heat-sensing organs.
      2. The section, often below floor level, in front of the stage, where the orchestra sits
      3. Parallel Immobilization Technique
      1. A large basket, usually with a cover, as for laundry
      2. Necessary but encumbering equipment on a ship.
      1. (Computing, informal) A short form of binary
      2. A container or enclosed space for storage.
      3. A box or other receptacle, or an enclosed space, esp. for storing foods or other articles for a time
      1. One that is worn-out, decrepit, or impaired; a wreck.
      2. An earthenware pot or jar
      3. A broken piece of earthenware.
      1. A box with compartments for carrying cooking gear and eating utensils.
      2. A recreational facility, bar, or small general store formerly established for the patronage of soldiers.
      3. A small metal or plastic flask, usually encased in canvas, for carrying drinking water
      1. Fuel, such as coal or fuel oil, used especially in ships.
      2. An underground fortification, often with a concrete projection above ground level for observation or gun emplacements.
      3. A bin or tank especially for fuel storage, as on a ship.
      1. A unit of measure: in the U.S., 3112 gal, but for petroleum, 42 gal and for fermented beverages, 31 gal; in Gr. Brit., 36 imperial gal; in dry measure, various amounts, as 196 lb of flour, 200 lb of pork or fish, etc.
      2. A large cylindrical container, usually made of staves bound together with hoops, with a flat top and bottom of equal diameter.
      3. The cylindrical case containing the mainspring of a clock or watch
      1. The amount that a bucket can hold:
      2. A thing like a bucket, as a scoop on a power shovel, any of the cups on a water wheel, or any of the curved vanes in the rotor of a turbine
      3. A deep, round container with a flat bottom and a curved handle, used to hold or carry water, coal, etc.; pail
      1. A binocular or field glass.
      2. Any of a large class of materials with highly variable mechanical and optical properties that solidify from the molten state without crystallization, are typically made by silicates fusing with boric oxide, aluminum oxide, or phosphorus pentoxide, are generally hard, brittle, and transparent or translucent, and are considered to be supercooled liquids rather than true solids.
      3. The quantity contained in a drinking glass
      1. An ornamental, usually metal, cup with a stem and base, given as a prize
      2. (Sports) A golf hole or the metal container inside a hole.
      3. A small open container, usually with a flat bottom and a handle, used for drinking.
      1. (Slang) A good-looking person, especially an attractive woman.
      2. A particular kind of food, or food prepared in a certain way
      3. Any container, generally rounded, shallow, and concave and of porcelain, earthenware, glass, plastic, etc. for serving or holding food
      1. A large water pitcher with a wide mouth
      2. A pitcher, especially a decorative one with a base, an oval body, and a flaring spout.
      1. An artificially enclosed area of a river or harbor designed so that the water level remains unaffected by tidal changes.
      2. A small enclosed or partly enclosed body of water.
      3. An open, shallow, usually round container used especially for holding liquids.
      1. (Slang) A bottle of whiskey
      2. The contents of such a container
      3. A large, often rounded vessel of earthenware, glass, or metal with a small mouth, a handle, and usually a stopper or cap.
      1. A freely floating piece of ice that has broken off a larger floe.
      2. A basin or depression in the earth, often containing mud or water.
      3. A vessel similar in form to a pan, especially:
      1. A round, fairly deep cooking vessel with a handle and often a lid.
      2. A trap for eels, other fish, or crustaceans, typically consisting of a wicker or wire basket or cage.
      3. A round vessel of any size, made as of metal, earthenware, or glass, used for holding liquids, cooking or preserving food, etc.
      1. A pouch or pouchlike structure in an organism, sometimes filled with fluid.
      2. A pouchlike part in a plant or animal, esp. one filled with fluid
      3. A bag or pouch inside a plant or animal that typically contains a fluid.
      1. Such a bag with its contents
      2. (Informal) A bed, mattress, or sleeping bag:
      3. A bag, especially one made of strong material for holding grain or objects in bulk.
      1. A piece of hand luggage, such as a suitcase or satchel.
      2. A container of flexible material, such as paper, plastic, or leather, that is used for carrying or storing items.
      3. A nonrigid container made of fabric, paper, plastic, leather, etc., typically with an opening at the top that can be closed as by folding the sides; sack or pouch
      1. A barrel of any size made of staves, esp. one for liquids
      2. The quantity that such a container can hold.
      3. A sturdy cylindrical container for storing liquids; a barrel.
      1. A coffin, esp. a costly one
      2. A little box, e.g. for jewellery.
      3. A small case or chest, as for jewels and other valuables.
      1. A small bag or sack for carrying something, as in one's pocket
      2. A small bag often closing with a drawstring and used especially for carrying loose items in one's pocket.
      3. A leather bag or case for carrying powder or small-arms ammunition.
      1. (Archaic) A turn
      2. (Chiefly British) A glass of beer.
      3. A small, approximately cylindrical container, normally made of glass or clay, for holding fruit, preserves, etc., or for ornamental purposes.
      1. The quantity that a bottle holds.
      2. A container, esp. for liquids, made of glass, plastic, etc. and having a relatively narrow neck
      3. The volume of liquid contained in a standard U.S. wine bottle, 750 ml (25.4 oz)
      1. (Sports) A usually circular or star-shaped structure at the base of a ski pole, used to prevent the pole from sinking too deeply into the snow.
      2. A container made of interwoven cane, rushes, strips of wood, etc. and often having a handle or handles
      3. (Basketball) The goal, consisting of a round, open net hanging from a metal ring attached to a raised backboard
      1. The quantity packed in such a box.
      2. A sturdy box with a lid and often a lock, used especially for storage.
      3. A small closet or cabinet with shelves for storing supplies:
      1. A container, as a box, crate, chest, sheath, or folder
      2. Actual fact; reality:
      3. The form of a written, printed, or keyed letter that distinguishes it as being lowercase or uppercase:
      1. (Comput.) In some network architectures, a bundle of data transmitted as a unit
      2. A small package or bundle:
      3. A small pouch, often consisting of two plastic or foil sheets sealed at the edges, used to distribute single portions of products in the form of liquids, powders, or small pieces:
      1. A combination of items considered, offered, or sold as a unit:
      2. Something which consists of various components, such as a piece of computer software.
      3. A number of related things regarded as a unit
      1. A container, usually of plastic, metal, or wood, used to house or transport an animal.
      2. A large basket or hamper of wickerwork, or a box or case made of slats of wood, for packing things to be shipped or stored
      3. A box or case with wire or slatted sides, as for confining an animal
      1. A usually cylindrical storage container, especially:
      2. A small box or can for coffee, tea, tobacco, etc.
      3. A box or can of thin metal or plastic used for holding dry foodstuffs or cooking ingredients, such as flour or sugar.
      1. The contents of such a container:
      2. A usually cylindrical metal container.
      3. Any of various containers usually or traditionally cylindrical, made of metal, and with a separate cover
      1. A boxlike container, as of light, waxed cardboard, for liquids
      2. Any of various containers made from cardboard or coated paper:
      3. A cardboard box, esp. a large one, as for shipping merchandise
      1. An area of a public place, such as a courtroom or stadium, marked off and restricted for use by persons performing a specific function:
      2. Any of various kinds of containers, usually rectangular and lidded, made of cardboard, wood, or other stiff material; case; carton
      3. (Chiefly British) A small country house used as a sporting lodge:
      1. A person seen as the agent or embodiment, as of a quality:
      2. A hollow utensil, such as a cup, vase, or pitcher, used as a container, especially for liquids.
      3. (--- Nautical) A craft, especially one larger than a rowboat, designed to navigate on water.
      1. A person who holds or possesses
      2. One who is legally entitled to payment of a bill, note, or check
      3. A person who temporarily or permanently possesses something.
      1. Any thing or person thought of as a center of accumulation or storage
      2. A box, chest, closet, or room in which things may be placed for safekeeping
      3. One that contains or is a store of something specified:
      1. A container that holds items or matter.
      2. (Electronics) A fitting connected to a power supply and equipped to receive a plug.
      3. An electrical wall outlet designed for use with a plug