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Expressing compliance or agreement, especially acceptance of instructions received by radio.‘roger, wilco’
fine, very well, all right, right, right then, right you are, yes, agreedView synonyms
- ‘‘Kite 2-1,wilco,’ replied the pilot of Kite 2-1, a young captain.’
1940s (originally in military use): abbreviation of will comply.
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