American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. officer of the deck
- computing, design Abbreviation of object-oriented design.
- nautical officer of the deck
“Best if: OOD is someone you want around for a long time.”
“Best if: You are in early stages of passionate affair with OOD/OOD is married to someone who isn't you.”
“The Sooners have a lot of work left to do, but finishing off a sweep of Kansas State with a win at the OOD is a nice start.”
“On 9/11/01 I was "on duty" as the OOD of my unit at Camp Pendleton, CA.”
“Many people picked up on the acronym aspect, including a few entries who tried to use the original "OOD" acronym.”
“She too was relieved of her duty as OOD by the command at the station and told to get underway becoming the third coxswain to arrive at the scene with a crew.”
“Wolchak, a 23 - year-old Coast Guardsman serving as the officer of the day (OOD) at Coast Guard Station New York, immediately called the crews of a 25-foot and a 33-foot response boat just returning from security patrols and diverted them to the scene of the plane crash.”
“For all the history here, the Udvar-Hazy (pronounced OOD-var HAH-zee) is the Rodney Dangerfield of museums.”
“As I have OOD Officer of the Day today, I will make sure to look at it.”
“MR.. R.R. HAR.IS, NEIGHBOR.OOD PLANNING CHAIR. We're going to make sure we're off the bench and we're out doing a light trail out walking.”
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