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What Does ITE Mean?ITE means "All Right."
ITE is a contraction of the phrase "All Right." It is a slang word used to indicate assent or agreement, as a statement that everything is okay, or as a question. When typed with a question mark (i.e., as ITE?), it is often used as an informal greeting with the meaning "Hello, how are you?" (Typically by teenagers, especially skaters.)
ITE is one of many abbreviations of "All Right." Others include AIGHT, IGHT, I8, and IRIE.
Image for ITEWhen I write ITE, I mean this: ITE can also mean "All Right?" (with a question mark).
Summary of Key Points"All Right" is the most common definition for ITE on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
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Adults and Teenagers
Examples of ITE in SentencesHere are examples of ITE being used in conversations:
- Skater 1: ITE? Wanna skate?
- Skater 2: ITE.
- Skater 3: I will be a bit late tonight.
- Skater 4: ITE. No problem.
An Academic Look at ITEITE is a contraction of the slang word ALRITE, which itself is a contraction of the phrase "All Right." Slang refers to words, phrases and uses of language that are regarded as very informal and which are often restricted to a special context or a particular group of users.
ITE is often used as an abbreviated interrogative sentence (i.e., a question), with the meaning "How are you?" However, it is typically seen without a question mark. It can be written "ITE?" or "ITE."
What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?Before the digital era, we would have just said something like "all right" instead of using ITE.
Example of ITE Used in a Text
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