Last modified on 11 August 2014, at 12:42

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BYOB

  1. Bring your own bottle (or booze, or beer or beverage)
  2. (Utah, US) Bring your own bible.

Usage notesEdit

Used both as an adjective, to describe a restaurant which allows diners to bring their own alcohol (particularly if the restaurant itself is not licensed to sell alcohol), as a noun to refer to such a restaurant, and as an admonition in social invitations that guests should in fact bring beverages, as none will be provided by the host (similar to RSVP).

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