Internet Slang

What Does TTYL Mean (2023 Update)

TTYL – First Glance:

Being an internet acronym, TTYL means “talk to you later”, which is often used to end the chatting.

what does ttyl mean

What is the meaning of TTYL? Can I use it? For social media users, such internet abbreviations like TTYL, G2G TTYL, JK, etc. are widely used.

It is no doubt that using these internet acronyms is convenient and it has even become trendy to use TTYL and many other online slangs among online users.

But for new users, it seems new and strange for them to be sent with a reply like TTYL. So this article tries to show you the full name and uses of TTYL and associated internet slangs.

What Does TTYL Mean?

TTYL stands for “talk to you later”. And you may receive a message with TTYL when someone has some other things to do and he should leave for a moment. Or people will use “TTYL” to end a conversation that isn’t interesting for them.

Note: What does G2G TTYL Mean? (Or GTG TTYL)

Here, G2G standing for “got to go”, so G2G TTYL or GTG TTYL is short for “got to go, talk to you later”. Truly, G2G TTYL or GTG TTYL has a similar meaning as “yytl”, which is why some users will ask a question about the meaning of G2G TTYL or GTG TTYL.

Synonyms of TTYL:

  • G2G TTYL or GTG TTYL: Got to Go Talk to You Later
  • CYA (cya): See You
  • Goodbye
  • Ciao
  • Adios
  • Bye
  • Farewell
  • Sayonara

Above are the similar expressions of TTYL, of which some of them are internet acronyms and some are words in English or other languages like Spain in daily use.

Example of TTYL:

User 1: GTG TTYL!

User 2: OK! TTYL!

In this example, both users have used the abbreviation “ttyl”. And User 1 added “gtg” before “ttyl” to show that he has something else to do and must leave now. As a reply, User 2 replied “ttyl” as well.

In a word, TTYL meaning is clarified in this post. Based on that, you can try to use it with your friends, families, etc. on social media as you wish.

Besides, some related internet abbreviations like “G2G TTY;” “CYA” and other “TTYL” synonyms have also been introduced.

Brian Peng
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