Meaning an injunction to workers to 'down tools' come out on strike Origin During the 1970's in the UK this phrase was synonymous with militant union activity. It was used when workerswere called out on strike. As well as the name of a Boston Punk/Ska band.
Dude put on that 'Everybody Out!' CD
by [Untitled] November 28, 2007
exclamation used to have system users exit, so that a data update can be processed
Merlin: "everybody out !"

Dave: "everybody out !"
by Margin Monkey #1 March 30, 2009

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