EOL

1. What does EOL stand for?

End of lecture

After typing a long statement or ranting online or through texts, you can send "EOL" to signal that you are done. The acronym stands for "end of lecture," which is a tongue-in-cheek way to say that you are finished with the long-winded communication.

EOL plays off of the shared experience of listening to lectures, whether at school, at church, or from a parent. Lectures can be long and boring, leading listeners to anxiously await the end of the lecture.

Some instances where you might send EOL include when you are done complaining about a parent or sharing a political opinion. Or you might be telling a person how much you care about him and feel like you might be boring him.

Example

"...so that's what I think about the situation. EOL."
That EOL feeling

That EOL feeling

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Last Updated: May 11, 2021

2. What does EOL stand for?

End of life

A military term that refers to the end of the lifespan of equipment such as tanks, planes, or other vehicles; may refer to retired aircraft shown on museum displays.

Example

"The military is selling EOL airplanes this year."

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Last Updated: June 18, 2014

3. What does EOL stand for?

End of line

In computer programming, refers to the end of a line of program code or text output.

Example

"There is an EOL syntax error on line 36 of the source code."

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Last Updated: August 7, 2013

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