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What Does AVO Mean?

AVO is a slang term which is widely used, especially in Australia, to mean "Avocado" or "Afternoon." Also in Australia, AVO is also an abbreviation for "Apprehended Violence Order." Here is more information about each of these definitions of AVO.

Avocado

In speech and texting, AVO is widely used as an abbreviation of the word "Avocado."

Afternoon

In texting, AVO is also sometimes used as an abbreviation of "Afternoon," (often "Good Afternoon"). For example:
  • Ray: Any idea when you'll be finished?
  • Jon: Sometime this AVO. I hope!
  • Sam: AVO mate. How're you doing?
  • Lee: AVO mate. Not so bad.
In this context, AVO is actually a further abbreviation of the term ARVO.

Apprehended Violence Order

AVO is also an abbreviation of "Apprehended Violence Order." An AVO is a court order imposed to restrict threatening, violent or anti-social behavior. (Similar to an ASBO in the UK.)

Summary of Key Points

First Definition of AVO

"Avocado" is a common definition for AVO, especially in Australia.
AVO
Definition:Avocado
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
Guessability:
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults, Teenagers, and Under 13s

Second Definition of AVO

"Afternoon" is another common definition for ARVO on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
AVO
Definition:Afternoon
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
Guessability:
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Third Definition of AVO

In Australia, AVO also means "Apprehended Violence Order."
AVO
Definition:Apprehended Violence Order
Type:Abbreviation
Guessability:
4: Difficult to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Image for AVO

When I write AVO, I mean this:

meaning of AVO
AVO also means "Avocado" and "Apprehended Violence Order."

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An Academic Look at AVO

When used to mean "Afternoon," AVO may serve as a noun (i.e., a naming word). However, it is typically used as an adverb of time, meaning "this afternoon." An adverb of time modifies a verb to describe when the verb occurs. For example:
  • We're driving this AVO.
  • (Here, "this AVO" modifies the verb are driving.)

Example of AVO Used in a Text

AVO

See Also

GM (good morning) SYITM (see you in the morning) L8R (later) L8TR (later) TMO (tomorrow) TOMOZ (tomorrow) TT (till tomorrow)