bring a bottle

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of bring a bottle

British
used to tell the people who are invited to a party that they should bring their own alcoholic drinks

Word by Word Definitions

bring play
  1. : to convey, lead, carry, or cause to come along with one toward the place from which the action is being regarded

  2. : to cause to be, act, or move in a special way: such as

  3. : attract

bottle play
  1. : a rigid or semirigid container typically of glass or plastic having a comparatively narrow neck or mouth and usually no handle

  2. : a usually bottle-shaped container made of skin for storing a liquid

  3. : the quantity held by a bottle

  1. : to confine as if in a bottle : restrain

  2. : to put or keep in a position or situation that makes free activity, progress, or escape difficult or impossible

  3. : to put into or as if into a bottle


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