An acronym is an abbreviation formed from initial letters of another word and pronounced as a word by its own.
Each and everyday people use acronyms for example go and call Mr. Jim and tell him to go for lunch. Some of these acronyms we might not know their full meaning.
In this article I am going to share with you the full meaning of some of the commonly used acronyms.
It means as soon as possible. It is commonly used in text message to inform someone to hurry up. For example, send me that document ASAP which means send the document soonest possible.
It is commonly used to mean someone's partner. It is the short form of the word "before anyone else". Simply meaning a very important person to you.
It is the short form of the word "keep it short and simple".
Lol is the short form of laugh out loud. It is one of the most common terms used in the social media. Even though it means laugh out loud, it is mostly used to indicate smiling or slight amusement.
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