What does uninstall mean?


Uninstall, when used in online gaming, means quit or give up. It is used as an insult to another gamer to tell him he should stop playing and uninstall his game because he is so bad.

The term is typically used near the end of an online match. For example, a player might type "uninstall" at the end of StarCraft 2 game if he completely dominated the other player. It might also be used to express frustration when a player does not type "GG" and surrender when he has no chance of winning.


"OMG, you suck. Uninstall."
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Uninstall means quit

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Uninstall means quit

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Last Updated: June 17, 2016

Uninstall definition

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