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Bottle in Russian 🇷🇺

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bottle бутылка
How to say “bottle” in Russian? “Бутылка”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “бутылка” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on bottle in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Russian Sentences with the Word “Bottle”

Russian sentence with “бутылка” English translation for бутылка S

Я хотел бы бутылку негазированной воды.

I would like a bottle of still water.

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– Visualize a bottle with a mystical 'бу' (like a ghost 'boo') sound and the shape of the bottle leading to 'тылка'.
– Imagine a bottle (бутылка) making a 'бу' sound when you open it.
– Associate 'бутылка' with the English sound of "bottle", both starting with a 'b' sound.

– "Бутылка" (butylka) is the standard word for "bottle" in Russian. It refers to any container typically used for liquids.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– Флакон (flakon) – This is more like a bottle for perfume or small quantities of liquid.
– Сосуд (sosud) – This is a general term for a vessel or container and can sometimes mean bottle in a broader sense.

Alternate Meanings like Slang:
– Бутылка (butylka) can be slang for a certain amount of alcoholic beverage, for example, a 'бутылка водки' (butylka vodki) means a bottle of vodka.
– In some contexts, 'пойти на бутылку' (poity na butylku) can mean to go out drinking.

Examples of Sentences:
– Я купил бутылку вина. (Ya kupil butylku vina.) – I bought a bottle of wine.
– Мы нашли старую бутылку на берегу. (My nashli staruyu butylku na beregu.) – We found an old bottle on the shore.
– Ты можешь открыть эту бутылку? (Ty mozhesh otkryt etu butylku?) – Can you open this bottle?
– Он разбил бутылку пива. (On razbil butylku piva.) – He broke a bottle of beer.

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