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BYOB

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bring your own bottle, as of liquor or wine: often included in an invitation to indicate that the host will not provide liquor.
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Origin of BYOB

First recorded in 1970–75
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British Dictionary definitions for BYOB

BYOB

abbreviation for
bring your own beer
bring your own booze
bring your own bottle
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