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bring a bottle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbring a bottlebring a bottleBritish English, bring your own bottle American EnglishDFDDL used when you invite someone to an informal party, to tell them that they should bring their own bottle of alcoholic drink bottle
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bring a bottleSergio had brought a bottle of wine.He brings a bottle of bubbly and a basketball.Now that we are a little more prosperous, the habit of bringing a bottle seems to have dropped off.The Treasury, however, conspicuously failed to bring a bottle to this party.The first woman to reply told me to bring a bottle of wine.I've brought a bottle with me and put it in the fridge.
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