EOD has 2 meanings
End of day
I need the new reports by EOD today, or I won't be able to process them in time for our deadline.
|EOBD||End of business day|
|COB||Close of business|
|COP||Close of play|
|EOP||End of play|
|24/7||Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week|
|@TEOTD||At the end of the day|
|EOW||End of week|
End of discussion
When someone is done talking about a topic, they may use EOD to mean "end of discussion." This acronym is most often used at the end of declarations that a sender believes are unassailably true.
For example, a Dragon Ball Z superfan may respond to the question "Who is the best DBZ character?" with "It's Krillin, EOD." This means the fan believes Krillin is the best DBZ character, and they don't want to hear any opinions to the contrary.
Soccer is more fun than basketball, EOD.
|EOL||End of line|
|EOM||End of message|
|NBJF||No brag, just fact|
|Hot take||A controversial opinion|
|IMO||In my opinion|
|LBR||Let's be real|
|Keyboard warrior||A person that posts controversial opinions online|
EOD stands for "end of day," which is typically used in business contexts to refer to the end of a business's operating hours for the day. It may also be used when talking about the deadline for a task to be completed at the end of the workday.
You will most likely see EOD in work-related communications, such as emails, instant messages, and text messages. Managers and bosses most often use EOD in emails, when they want something finished before you clock out at the end of the workday. There are several variations of EOD, including COB, COP, and EOP.