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A type of ceramic bottle with a flattened circular body and rounded handles on either side of the neck, made in China from the 15th cent.
1970s; earliest use found in The Times. After Chinese bàoyuè píng, lit. ‘moon-embracing flask’ or bǎoyuè píng, lit. ‘precious moon flask’.
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