O&O

What does O&O stand for?

Over and out

Truckers, military officers, and big 'ol nerds might use O&O to stand for "over and out." This acronym signals that a person you are chatting with is signing off for now.

The "over" in "over and out" means a person's message is finished, while the "out" means the person will be offline or unavailable for awhile. If you're feeling sassy, you can respond to O&O with Roger, which is U.S. military slang for "message received."

Example

"Well, I need to get back to work. Thanks for chatting. O&O."

A very dramatic way of "saying" O&O

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Last Updated: March 1, 2021

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