TTL

1. What does TTL mean in chat and text slang?

Time to leave

When you believe it's time to leave a place or end a conversation you may send TTL. It is commonly used in text messages and online in email or when chatting.

Some people may think that TTL is a rude and abrupt way to end communication with others but it is useful when crunched for time. Be careful who you use it with because it may make them mad.

TTL is one of many ways to say goodbye online and in text messages. Other examples include G2G, BB, BFN, gb, Toodles, TTYL, LUB, and CUL.

Example

"Well, it's been fun, but it's TTL now."

Annnnd, it's TTL

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Last Updated: March 9, 2021

2. What does TTL mean in chat and text slang?

Talk to you later

TTL might mean "Talk to you later." Most people type TTYL when they want to say "Talk to you later," but who knows? Maybe the person you're talking to is lazy.

Or, they might not know about TTYL! If they don't, you should tell them. TTYL is a way better acronym.

Example

"TTL, after the game."
"Do you mean TTYL?"

This definition is over, TTL

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Last Updated: October 1, 2020

3. What does TTL stand for in computer networking?

Time to live

A computer term used for measuring the number of hops (or locations) a request can be sent to before it fails.

Example

"What is the TTL for packets on that network?"

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Last Updated: October 1, 2020

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