OTS

1. What does OTS stand for?

Off the subject

A transitional phrase that may be used before making a statement that is unrelated to the previous subject; similar to OT used in online forums.

Example

"I know this is OTS, but what did you think about that performance last night?"

Related Slang

Usage

Last Updated: April 14, 2017

2. What does OTS stand for?

On the scene

OTS tells someone you are at a specific location, or "on the scene." People primarily use it on social media and when texting.

The "scene" in OTS refers to a place where an event has already taken place or will take place. You will most likely see this when meeting up with one or more people and somebody gets to the location before the others.

The person may text OTS to tell the others that he has already arrived and is waiting. The meet-up may be to go to a movie, out to eat, dancing at a club, or a friend's house to play some DnD.

Example

"R u on ur way? I'm OTS right now."

Rest easy, Cartman is OTS

Related Slang

Usage

Last Updated: March 23, 2021

3. What does OTS stand for?

Open two-seater

OTS stands for "open two-seater," which refers to a two-seat convertible automobile. It is most often used in online forums that revolve around discussing cars.

OTS is an obscure acronym, primarily used only by car enthusiasts when describing the seating layout of a convertible sports car. Anyone who has an uncle who loves cars most likely has heard or seen him use this acronym.

Besides online forums, you may also see it on social media when people post pictures to brag about their cars. Or, you may see it at classic car auctions online or in-person.

Example

"I saw an OTS Mercedes for sale and am thinking about buying it."
An OTS by the sea

An OTS by the sea

Related Slang

Usage

Last Updated: January 5, 2021

OTS definition

This page explains what the acronym "OTS" means. The various definitions, examples, and related terms listed above have been written and compiled by the Slangit team.

We are constantly updating our database with new slang terms, acronyms, and abbreviations. If you would like to suggest a term or an update to an existing one, please let us know!