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What Does STYL Mean?STYL means "Speak to You Later." The abbreviation STYL features at the end of conversation to end the conversation. The meaning of STYL can usually be taken literally (i.e., I'll talk to you later on), but sometimes it is just another way of saying goodbye.
Below are some more common ways of saying the same thing:
- CUL (See You Later)
- CYL (Catch You Later)
- L8TR (Later)
- SYL (See You Later)
- T2UL (Talk To You Later)
- TL (Talk Later)
Summary of Key Points"Speak to You Later" is the most common definition for STYL on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
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Adults and Teenagers
Image for STYLWhen I write STYL, I mean this:
STYL means Speak To You Later.
Examples of STYL in SentencesHere are examples of STYL being used in conversations:
- Sam: Team work is important; it helps to put the blame on someone else.
- Janet: Ha ha, STYL.
- Elliot: Can't talk now.
- Naomi: Ok. STYL.
An Academic Look at STYLSTYL is an initialism abbreviation. Technically, this means it is pronounced using its individual letters (i.e., Ess Tee Wye Ell), but as this is harder to say than "Speak to you later," it is not often uttered using its letters. In other words, the abbreviation STYL is for efficiency in writing and not efficiency in speech.
Grammatically, STYL is used as a declarative sentence (i.e., a statement) with the meaning "I will talk to you later."
What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?Before the digital era, we might have said something like "catch you later" instead of STYL.
Example of STYL Used in a Text
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