GTG

1. What does GTG stand for?

Got to go

GTG is a texting and chatting acronym that means "got to go." It is used by a person who has to abruptly leave the conversation.

The acronym is useful for people to quickly announce their departure when they have to leave. It serves as a way to avoid the long drawn out goodbyes. GTG may also appear as G2G.

Example

"Sorry, gtg. I have a lot of h/w I need 2 get done 4 2morrow."

GTG means got to go

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Last Updated: December 1, 2016

2. What does GTG stand for?

Good to go

Someone who is GTG is "good to go." This acronym means roughly the same thing as "ready; let's do it."

You're most likely to encounter GTG in gaming chat, when players are announcing they're ready to set out on a quest or fight a boss. You may also see GTG used as a question ("GTG?"), asking whether a person or group is ready to go.

Example

"As soon as you're finished, we're GTG."

A woman who is GTG

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Last Updated: January 6, 2022

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