[fahy-foh] /ˈfaɪ foʊ/

Computers. a storage and retrieval technique, used mainly for data, in which the first item stored is also the first item retrieved.
noun acronym
first in, first out (as an accounting principle in costing stock) Compare LIFO


First In, First Out; the first items are on the top of the stack to be done (Computers)

first-in first-out
first in, first out


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