vial

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See also: Vial and viäl

English[edit]

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From Middle English viole, fiole, from Old French fiole, from Ancient Greek φιάλη (phiálē, a broad flat container). Doublet of phial.

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vial (plural vials)

  1. A glass vessel or bottle, especially a small tube-shaped bottle used to store medicine, perfume or other chemical.

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vial (third-person singular simple present vials, present participle vialling or (US) vialing, simple past and past participle vialled or (US) vialed)

  1. (transitive) To put or keep in, or as in, a vial.

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vial m (plural viaj)

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vial (plural viales)

  1. of or pertaining to a via, road, highway

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vial m (plural viales)

  1. avenue
  2. vial