How to Pronounce phial?

Correct pronunciation for the word "phial" is [fˈa͡ɪəl], [fˈa‍ɪəl], [f_ˈaɪ_ə_l].

"Phial" in context

A phial is a small container that is used to hold liquids. It typically has a narrow neck and can be made of any material, including glass, plastic, metal, or ceramic. It is commonly used to store and transport samples of liquids such as chemicals, medicines, fragrances, or even small quantities of food.

Phials were popular tools in the 19th century when scientists and researchers used them to transport and store precious and often rare substances. As such, they were typically made of higher quality materials such as glass and even gold. Today, phials remain important in medical, laboratory, and research settings.

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