Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- A whole language of abbreviated words and acronyms has developed with the huge popularity of the text message.
- There were also plenty of acronyms whose definitions were not just different versions of the same term.
- It's now perfectly acceptable to lowercase a company name, for example, and to create words out of acronyms.
- I would like future writers to create new compound words and acronyms.
- A list of abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols that should not be used also should be available.
- Although I'm heartily sick of three letter acronyms, NBA sounds impressive.
- An SKU, for those uninitiated in Intel three letter acronyms, is a stock keeping unit.
- I've reduced this heavy string of words to its acronym because it has a pleasing Latin sound and neatly wraps the whole shebang in one small package.
- In some cases the letters S-U-M-O are an acronym for something else altogether.
- The word laser is an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation.
- Finally we reach the last letter in the acronym, which is ‘T’ for transformation.
- Take the first letter of each concept, and make a fun acronym out of the letters.
- It is tempting to build in successive layers of meaning and symbols that derive from acronyms.
- In official language, this occurs through the use of technical terms - acronyms and jargon.
- It's generally accepted that you can use acronyms and abbreviations without explanation, where the term is well known by the audience.
- It has a glossary of acronyms, 2 pages of hints and tips and a step by step guide to using the computer software.
- Abbreviations and acronyms should be employed in a variety of forms.
- IT departments became very male places, and the techies traded acronyms and buzzwords to determine their position in the hierarchy.
- The glossary is especially beneficial in the era of ever-increasing medical terms and acronyms.
- Business Link says the ICT marketplace is full of confusing acronyms, terms and ever-changing technologies.