wash-bottle

wash-·bot·tle

1. a bottle with a tube passing to the bottom, through which gases are forced into water to purify them;
2. a stoppered bottle with two tubes, one ending above and the other below a fluid, so that air blowing through the short tube forces liquid in a small stream from the free end of the long one; used in washing chemical apparatus.
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