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NounEdit

DL (plural DLs)

  1. (computing) Download
  2. (military, nautical) Light destroyer, a variant of the destroyer type of warship
  3. (military, nautical) Destroyer leader, a variant of the destroyer type of warship
  4. Driver's license
  5. (baseball) Disabled list.
  6. (sexuality) Down low

VerbEdit

DL (third-person singular simple present DLs, present participle DLing, simple past and past participle DLed)

  1. (computing) To download.
  2. (baseball) To place on the disabled list.
    • 1996 June 3, Joe in MA [username], “Re: Jim Edmonds' return date?”, in rec.sport.baseball.fantasy, Usenet[1]:
      After 7 years of being in a rot league, I have learned that "day to day" in baseballese means "at least a week, maybe more, and maybe after the week, then we may DL him."

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  • (computing): UL

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