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phial

noun [C]   /faɪəl/ mainly UK old-fashioned ( US usually vial)
a small glass bottle, especially one containing liquid medicine 小玻璃瓶;(尤指)小藥水瓶 a phial of opium/poison 一小瓶鴉片/毒藥 Containers for liquids and gasesMedicine in different forms
Translations of “phial”
in Chinese (Simplified) 小玻璃瓶, (尤指)小药水瓶…
(Definition of phial from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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