- phial (n.)
- late 14c., from Old French fiole "flask, phial" (12c.), probably from Medieval Latin phiola, from Latin phiala, from Greek phiale "broad, flat drinking vessel," of unknown origin.
- 1. The killer seems more comfortable with a phial than with a dagger
- 2. Bohr Locked away with an imaginary phial of cyanide.
- 3. He left the room, and returned in five minutes with a phial.
- 他离开房间, 不到五分钟,拿着一只小药瓶回来.
- 4. The abb é made him smell the contents of the phial , and he again opened his eyes.
- 神甫使他嗅小瓶里的药水, 于是他又张开眼睛.
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