- 1.See ya
- 2.Cover your a**
Cover your a**Censored
CYA is an acronym that stands for "Cover your a**," which is another way to say "Protect yourself." It is typically used when some type of danger is detected and something undesirable could happen if the proper precautions are not taken.
The phrase comes from the inability to properly protect our backsides since we do not have eyes in the back of our heads. This can lead to our behinds being left vulnerable to attack. The CYA acronym is a shortened version of the phrase that is typically sent in text messages or online by teenagers or young adults to warn a person of impending danger.
The acronym could be referencing an actual physical threat, like a jealous Ex coming to confront you, but it is typically used in a work environment to refer to something negative that you would have to deal with. For example, a top-executive may be upset by a failed idea implemented by your department but instead of taking the blame, you pass the blame onto someone who no longer works there. That's a common CYA move. Or perhaps you are not interested in taking on a new project at work and you claim that you are "too busy," which is another popular CYA excuse.
In some rare instances, the acronym may be used to actually tell you to cover your backside because it is bare or unflattering in its present state.
|CMA||Cover my a**|
|CARE||Cover a**, retain employment|
|CFS||Care for a secret?|
|4MTK||For me to know|
|BU&I||Between you and I|
|Low key||Laid back|
|Give us the tea||Share your gossip with us|
|Snitches get stitches||People who tell on others will get hurt|
Cya means see ya. It is an abbreviation used to tell someone that you are leaving and will see them around.
Cya is an abbreviation for "see ya," which is also an abbreviation as it removes the "later" or "around" part of the farewell. The cya abbreviation was used in spoken conversation informally long before online chat and text speak. However, it is now a common way to end a chat conversation.