over and out


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over and out

Said to mark the end of communication between two people. Used especially in radio communication, in which it signals that a person is done speaking and does not expect a reply from the other person. A: "Oh, and while you're at the store, could you please get some milk, too?" B: "Sure thing. Over and out."
See also: and, out, over

over and out

I am finished talking. (From two-way radio communications.) That's all. Good day. over and out.
See also: and, out, over