A brand of baby’s bottle is across the aisle

Irelia20150604

Senior Member
Chinese
Hi everyone! I'm not sure about the meaning of the sentence "A brand of baby’s bottle is across the aisle from a drain water diverter." I think what it means is the image below. Is it right?

the context is as follows:
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For instance, products on shelves are not organised by category. Instead, they are placed on shelves as if by random. An HDMI cable lies near to five copies of some Harry Potter sheet music. A brand of baby’s bottle is across the aisle from a drain water diverter.

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source: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20150818-how-algorithms-run-amazons-warehouses
 
  • pob14

    Senior Member
    American English
    I think your picture is right, but to be clear, here's how I read it. If I were standing in one of the aisles, I could look directly in front of me and see baby bottles. If I turned around, facing the other direction, I would see a drain water diverter.
     
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