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A bottle fitted with a teat for giving milk or other drinks to babies and very young children.
- ‘Describing the orphanage, the insider added, ‘At the moment it is very basic and simple things like feeding bottles and bedding are lacking.’’
- ‘It is a multi-purpose machine used to sterilize babies' feeding bottles, boil eggs, vegetables or milk, make instant soup or even clean jewellery to restore its past glory.’
- ‘Goodness knows how my generation managed with two toddlers and a small bag containing spare nappy/panties cream and feeding bottle.’
- ‘Diana asked and moments later, a warm feeding bottle full of baby formula was handed to her by Becky.’
- ‘The code seeks to protect breastfeeding by preventing inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes, feeding bottles, soothers, and complimentary foods when used to replace breast milk.’
- ‘Bjorn measures milk powder and water into a feeding bottle.’
- ‘The feeding bottle plays the opposite role of breast milk.’
- ‘Check that the hole in the teat of the baby's feeding bottle is not too small, resulting in his gulping air.’
- ‘Some had feeding bottles in their mouth, and some were making gurgling noises.’
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