[ yoo-luh ]
/ ˈyu lə /
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noun Digital Technology.
End-User License Agreement: a contract between the manufacturer of computer software and the person who installs and uses it: distribution restrictions stipulated in the EULA.
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Origin of EULA
First recorded in 1990–95
Words nearby EULA
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Example sentences from the Web for EULA
Eula What a tale is this, ye reken the monethes by nightes and dayes double.
Me and Eula has to go amongst de white folks fer bread and other little things.
He lives with his wife, Eula, but she was not home during the visit.
British Dictionary definitions for EULA
/ (ˈjuːlə) /
n acronym for
end-user licence agreement: the agreement made by a user before being granted permission to use computer software
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