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    Re: Bottle

    Ron always keeps his feelings bottled up. He holds his feelings inside.

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    Re: Bottle

    the answer is bottle up ????? I don't understand any of it....

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    Re: Bottle

    The phrase is bottled up, meaning as if in a bottle, in other words, contained. If a person keeps his feelings bottled up he doesn't express them.


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    Definitely bottle up

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    Talking Re: Bottle

    no, u r all wrong it is bottle up.

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    Re: Bottle

    Nice phrasal verb!

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