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roger

interjection rog·er \ˈrä-jər\

—used to say that a message has been received and understood when you are talking to someone on a radio

Full Definition of ROGER

—used especially in radio and signaling to indicate that a message has been received and understood
roger transitive verb

Origin of ROGER

from Roger, former communications code word for the letter r
First Known Use: circa 1941

Rhymes with ROGER

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