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Office Jargon of the Day: End of Play

By on July 29, 2010 in Fun, Office Jargon

end of play

 

end of play, n. fig. Kind of means, end of day. Sometimes shortened, obnoxiously, to EOP.

Example: “I’m furious with Pendlebrooke too – I expected those figures by end of play yesterday.”

 

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