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EULA

[ 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
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British Dictionary definitions for EULA

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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