(Brit) an airtight metal seal crimped on the top of most bottled beers, ciders, mineral waters, etc
a metal bottle cap with a crimped edge, used mainly to seal beverages
The height of the crown cap was reduced and specified in the German standard DIN 6099 in the 1960s. This also defined the “twist-off” crown cap, now widely used in the United States and Australia.
1928; fr. its crown-like corrugated edge
noun 1. a British colony in which the crown has the entire control of legislation and administration, as distinguished from one having a constitution and representative government. noun 1. a British colony whose administration and legislature is controlled by the Crown
noun, Canadian. 1. a commercial company owned by the government and controlled and partially operated by civil servants. noun 1. (in Canada) a corporation owned by the federal or a provincial government
- Crown court
noun 1. (English law) a court of criminal jurisdiction holding sessions in towns throughout England and Wales at which circuit judges hear and determine cases
noun 1. a hollow, thin-walled cylinder having teeth formed radially on the end and used for cutting round holes out of thin, flat stock.