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Noun(1) outer bark of the cork oak; used for stoppers for bottles etc.(2) (botany(3) a port city in southern Ireland(4) the plug in the mouth of a bottle (especially a wine bottle(5) a small float usually made of cork; attached to a fishing line
Verb(1) close a bottle with a cork(2) stuff with cork
(1) The kitchen itself overlooks both the front and side gardens and has a rustic feel with cork floor tiles and a good range of fitted pine presses at ground and eye level.(2) vinyl-coated cork is practical as a floor covering(3) The bathroom is at the back of the hall: it has cork floor tiling, part-tiled walls and a chocolate brown suite, including a bath with telephone shower attachment and bidet.(4) It's a bit like pulling the cork from a champagne bottle, except in this case, what's released is an aerial spectacular with dust, clouds and debris.(5) Instead use healthier floor alternatives as cork , solid wood, marmoleum, tiles, bamboo, and so on.(6) Root bases were attached to the stem over cavities prepared by removing lenticels and discs of cork and secondary cortex beneath.(7) cork tiles(8) he pulled out the cork and commenced pouring the wine(9) Guide Butch Terpe reported he has been taking good numbers of hand-size bream by fishing meal worms under a cork in about four feet of water near lilies or other aquatic vegetation.(10) The two men decided to fill old wine bottles with the dressing, cork them and give them to neighbours as Christmas presents.(11) Griffin complained to the Prime Minister that no notice was ever taken of his advice on landscaping other than the planting of some cork bark trees.(12) For a casual look, try chunky, open-toe or open-back styles in straw or cork soles.(13) It led to an understandably exuberant celebration: with 300m to go, she took both hands off the bars to pop the cork from the bottle and spray the crowd.(14) Here there is a small single bedroom with cork floor tiling and a large full-length window looking out on to the front lawns.(15) The walls are part tiled and there are cork tiles on the floor.(16) Baseball Tonight ran a lengthy clip of former co-host and current Texas Rangers manager Buck Showalter demonstrating in painstaking detail how to cork a bat.
1. stopper ::
2. stop ::
rhoi'r gorau i
3. plug ::
4. peg ::
5. spigot ::
6. spile ::
7. cork up ::
Different Formscork, corked, corking, corks
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