Top Definition
This expression (read as "world plus dog") is primarily used on the U.K. information tech news site "The Register" as a synonym for "everyone" or "many, many people". The phrase is apparently an abbreviation for "everyone and his/her dog", expressed in the pithy style of a programmer.
I hear that world + dog is planning to order the new iPhone as soon as it's released.
by hellskitsch September 06, 2011
meaning everyone...
more specifically its a technology term used online to refer to products available for both geeks and the general consumer population.
It is often used satirically particularly if the item/product is late to market or been restricted beforehand.
The new service is open to world+dog.
world+dog finally has access.
by zkpilot June 06, 2011
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