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What Does TUVM Mean?TUVM means "Thank You Very Much." (It can also be written TYVM.) Although TUVM is quite common, it is not as common as the terms below for expressing thanks:
- 10Q (thank you)
- 10X (thanks)
- 39 (thank you)
- 3Q (thank you)
- FNX (thanks)
- Q (thank you)
- TAL (thanks a lot)
- TQ (thank you)
- TVM (thanks very much)
Summary of Key Points"Thank You Very Much" is the most common definition for TUVM on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
|Definition:||Thank You Very Much|
2: Quite easy to guess
Adults and Teenagers
Image for TUVMWhen I write TUVM, I mean this:
TUVM (or TYVM) means "Thank you very much."
Examples of TUVM in SentencesHere are examples of TUVM being used in conversations:
- Charlie: I sent you the completed risk register.
- Jordan: TUVM
- Charlie: Your hair looks like mine now.
- Jordan: TUVM
- Charlie: No, that wasn't meant to be a compliment.
- Jordan: Yes, I know.
- Charlie: Oh, b*itch. (In this example, TUVM is used sarcastically, but Person A didn't spot that at first.)
An Academic Look at TUVMTUVM is not used as another part of speech within a wider sentence. It is used as a standalone declarative sentence (i.e., a statement).
TUVM is an initialism abbreviation. This means it is pronounced using its individual letters (i.e., Tee Yoo Vee Em). (NB: Initialisms contrast with acronyms, which are spoken like words.)
What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?Before the digital era, we might have said something like "I would like to pass on my sincerest gratitude" or "cheers, mate" instead of TUVM.
Example of TUVM Used in a Text
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