"The woman has the bottles."
Translation:La donna ha le bottiglie.
bottle is feminine so it goes with "la", and in this case "bottles" is plural so we use the plural of "la" is "le"
The Duolingo dictionary uses the translation "imbottiglia", when you hoover over "bottles". Is it possible to use that word as well, in plural, "imbottiglie"? (in stead of bottiglie?)
imbottiglia is a verb (from imbottigliare). So it does mean "bottle" but is not right in this case.
"i" is masculine. "Le" is used because it prefaces a plural, feminine word beginning with a consonant.
When i pressed bottle duolingo translated imbottiglia so i wrote like that but then it said its wrong