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abbreviation for
1. (Commerce) back order
2. (Commerce) branch office
3. (Banking & Finance) broker's order
4. (Commerce) buyer's option
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Noun1.b.o. - malodorousness resulting from a failure to batheB.O. - malodorousness resulting from a failure to bathe
fetidness, malodorousness, stinkiness, rankness, foulness - the attribute of having a strong offensive smell
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