NS

1. What does NS stand for?

No s***

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When used in text and chat messages, the acronym NS typically stands for "no s***." You might also see NS pop up on social media, when a user doesn't want to swear but still wants to say "no s***."

How is NS used?

NS is often used to point out that something is exceptionally obvious and did not need to be said. For example, if someone posts "Spider-Man is the best superhero" on Twitter, other tweeters may respond with NS. When used this way, NS's meaning is similar to duh and obvs.

The acronym can also be used as an exclamation of incredulous excitement. A person who uses NS this way cannot believe that they (or you, or someone else) have gotten so lucky. For example, if someone posts "I'm giving away free copies of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" on Twitter, other tweeters may respond with "NS! How do I get one?"

Example

"NS, they seriously gave you that for free?"

NS means "no s***"

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Last Updated: April 21, 2021

2. What does NS stand for?

Nice shot

When used in online gaming chat, NS typically means "nice shot." This acronym is a virtual hi5 and a compliment from other gamers.

How is NS used in gaming chat?

Gamers who play multiplayer first-person shooters (FPS) or sports-related games are most likely to drop NS in chat. For example, a Call of Duty (COD) player might use NS to compliment a skillful hs, while a Rocket League player might use NS to congratulate a teammate on scoring a goal.

NS may also be used sarcastically, when a player misses a shot. In this case, the intended effect is to troll the player who missed the shot.

Example

"NS with the sniper rifle!"

In gaming chat, NS means "nice shot"

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Last Updated: April 21, 2021

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