Q: the abbreviation "tbh" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To be honest
Q: you’d. whose abbreviation とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 1) short form of you had:
EX: It happened just after you'd left the room.

2) short form of you would:
EX: You'd be much warmer in your black jacket.

Pronunciation: /jud, jʊd, jəd/
Q: Some English abbreviation I can't understand, For example TXT.... とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means "text". It could mean a text message on a phone, or a computer file that is plain text.
Q: abbreviation とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's a shortened form of a word. For example Dr. is an abbreviation of Doctor


Q: please teach me a common abbreviation を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Do you mean abbreviations, or do you mean acronyms?

Here are 37 common English acronyms.
Q: abbreviations of "what" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: yeah but only on the internet :))))
Q: popular abbreviations in english を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: WTF? I can't believe you're asking this, b/c we nvr use any abbrev.s in Eng.
Q: abbreviations of "thank you" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Thank you = ty
Thank you so much = tysm
Thanks = thx
Q: which are the abbreviations are used in English, on chats like Lol or Idk? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Lol (laugh out loud)
Idk (I don't know)


1. "Lol I can't believe he did that"

2. "Idk what I got on the test"

3. "Lol idk what I was thinking when I did that"


Q: abbreviation と shortened はどう違いますか?
A: Abbreviation is usually a few letters that is still recognizable.
(January > Jan. Apartment > Apt. Minute > Min.)
Shortening is just making a long word or sentence shorter. (Administration > Admin. Information > Info.)
Q: abbreviation と acronym と initialism はどう違いますか?
A: Often, abbreviations, acronyms and initialisms are all called "abbreviations". And initialisms are almost always called "acronyms". But there are differences between these three words.

An initialism uses the first letter of each word (or of each important word). These letters are not pronounced like a word. They are said separately.
RSPCA (pronounced "R-S-P-C-A") = Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
NHS (pronounced "N-H-S") = National Health Service
WO (pronounced "WHO") = World Health Organization

NATO (pronounced /ˈneɪtəʊ/ ("naytoh")) = North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

Abbreviations use some of the letters of a word (or of words).
e.g. (from Latin ‘exempli gratia’) means "for example"
i.e. (from Latin ‘id est’) means that is, or in other words
Dr is a common abbreviation for "doctor". It uses the first letter and the last letter. But it isn't pronounce "d-r" and it isn't pronounced "drrr". The full word "doctor" is always spoken.
Another common abbreviation is oz for "ounce" or "ounces". The abbreviation is the same for singular and plural. I don't know where the 'z' comes from. It just is "oz".

This web page talks about abbreviations and gives several examples.
Q: abbreviation と contraction はどう違いますか?
A: A contraction is a combination of two words put together
Can’t = Can Not

An abbreviation is when you shortened a word most likely to make it easier to write
IDK = I Don’t Know
Q: abbreviation と acronym はどう違いますか?
A: Abbreviation is the shortened form of a word:
example (ex), approximately (approx), library (lib)

Acronym is the first letter of each word in a phrase:
ASAP (As Soon As Possible)
BRB (Be Right Back)
Q: abbreviation と contraction はどう違いますか?
A: An abbreviation is to shorten a word
A contraction is to join words together

Brother => Bro

Is not => Isn't


Q: what is the abbreviation of “for example”? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: If you're asking what the abbreviation is it's "e.g.".
Q: what is the abbreviation of “for example” は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: ei or eg. but i use 'ex' haha
Q: I want to know abbreviation "I would have to be ~".
1. I'da to be ~
or 2. I woulda to be ~
or 3. I would hafta be ~
and so on...
Which is more natural? Please let me know. Thanks a lot.
は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I'd say the most natural phrasing with abbreviations is one unlisted, "I'd hafta be"
Q: what is the abbreviation of Engineer ? Engr ? Eng? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It could be both! For me sounds better Engr.
Q: "The abbreviation of " she is " and " she has" is the same, right?" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: no, they are different. For example,
She is beautiful.
She has a beautiful hair.


Q: What is abbreviation for a.m and p.m
A: a.m = Ante Meridiem (before 12:00)
p.m = post meridiem (after 12:00)
for example 5a.m = 05:00 but 5p.m = 17:00
Q: i'd like to know about abbreviations that are used a lot in daily life
A: Tbh- to be honest
Omw- On my way!
Lol- laughing out loud
Nvm- nevermind
Jk- just kidding
Rn- right now
Q: What's the most common abbreviation for "average"?
Avg or Ave (this one looks like "avenue") or Av??
A: Usually "average" is abbreviated as "avg" and "avenue" is abbreviated as "ave"
Q: How is the abbreviation "i.e" pronounced when speaking? Can you use it in speech at all, or is it only reserved for text? How about the abbreviation "e.g"?
A: I.e is an old latin phrase that translates to 'that is'

"Students of all backgrounds strive to perform their best as they enter uiversity- i.e to understand what they are learning."

I.e can also be used in speech and is pronounced simply by saying the letters I and e one after another.

e.g means 'for example'

"Many cases of global imperialism would later lead to violent conflicts of interests between Imperial forces and indigenous peoples-e.g the ANC'S efforts to cripple apartheid in South Africa and the Boer Wars of the late 19th century.
Q: What do you think is the English abbreviation of "既読スルー/Kidoku suru-/To read someone's text messages on a text messaging apps like LINE but you haven't replied to the messages. In other words you read them (the sender knows the fact you have read the messages because the app shows the sign that the message has been read already) but you leave those text message left unanswered intentionally or not"? Any answer will be appreciated very much.

note: スルー(する) means 無視する/Mushi suru/to ignore or 無反応/Mu-hannou/ to show no reaction
A: I disagree with that English speaker's abbreviation. I don't think there really is an abbreviation for having read someone's text and not respond. In conversation I would just say "It says he read the message but he ignored it." or "She saw the message but I didn't get a response yet." I believe you can also call the sign that the message has been seen already a "read receipt" (pronounced read as in the past tense for to read)