when I hover over "Lådan" it says box, and it also says it as an answer - but I tried first without looking, and I said "the drawer". It marks this as correct, so it can also mean drawer?
Yes, it can.
These drawers are lådor, or byrålådor (the piece of furniture itself is a byrå.)
Yes and no. The word byrå is the same French loanword, but it can have a few meanings. Why they call themselves Pressbyrån, I don't know actually.
The equivalent type of shop* in England is called a Newsagent.
Press is a general term for News/Media, and one of the meanings of Bureau is a type of agency.... which makes Pressbyrån a literal translation of The News Agency.
According to wikipedia, Pressbyrån was formed by a Swedish tidningsutgivare (news agency) combining with Svenska Telegrambyrån. :)
- For those not familiar with Pressbyrån or English newsagents.... ie: one that sells newspapers/magazines/postage stamps/candy/snacks etc.
A drawer full of bottles is not a good sign, and an intervention may be needed. :P
You would be understood using "with", but it's "of". Prepositions are querky in every language.