Text abbreviations are so common that they practically demand their own dictionary. There appear to be infinite ways to abbreviate words in English text messages, some of which are widespread and others which are unusual. Text lingo evolves with each generation, necessitating the learning of a new set of abbreviations, especially if you want to keep current in your marketing messaging, as even businesses use abbreviations.
Commonly used abbreviations.
Send an e-mail to [email protected] to reserve your position. (Please reserve a spot.)
It means "please respond" in English and "responses s'il vous plait" in French.
It's a popular phrase included at the bottom of invitation letters.
The Hours of the day (a.m. and p.m.)
They're most commonly utilized to describe or express the passage of time. For example, I arrived in town at 5:00 p.m.
Post Meridiem is abbreviated as P.M., and Ante Meridiem is abbreviated as A.M.
The names MRS and MR refer to the same thing.
They are primarily used to identify gender and are written before a person's official name, such as Mr Smith.
The complete definition of MRS is "Mature Responsible and Submissive," whereas the full definition of MR is "Mature Responsible."
E.G: "Example Given" is abbreviated as "e.g." Before giving multiple examples, the word "example" is frequently employed.
A SIM card:SIM stands for Subscriber Identity Module in its entire form.
E.T.C. is an acronym that stands for "et cetera," which simply means "others of the same sort" in Latin. After a list of many examples, ETC is usually used.
PIN: Personal identification Number (PIN) is an acronym for Personal Identification Number.
SMS: Short Message Service.
It is commonly known as texting. It's a way to send text-only messages of up to 160 characters between phones.
Abbreviations used in Romantic texts.
MCM: Man crush Monday ILY: I love you
Wednesday's Woman Crush
BF stands for Boyfriend.
GF stands for Girlfriend.
Abbreviations employed in business sector.
EOD stands for "End of the Day."
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
AKA: Also known as.
ASAP stands for "as soon as possible." As quickly as possible
DIY: Do it yourself LMGTFY: I'll look it up for you on Google NP: No problem
N/A stands for "not applicable" or "not available."
OOO stands for "out of office."
TIA: Thank you in advance.
LMK:( Please)let me know.
TGIF: TBH: To be honest TBF: To be frank Thank heavens it's Friday
RN: Right now
BRB: Be right back QOTD: Quote of the day .
OOTD: Outfit of the day
BTW: by the way, LOL: Laugh out loud.
TTYL: I'll talk you later.
HMU: Please contact me ( Heat me up)
FWIW: For what it's worthless
IMO: In my opinion.
IMHO: In my humble opinion.
IDK: I don't know
TBA: To be announced
TBD: To be decided.
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