D/c has 2 meanings
Sorry, I got d/c. Back online now.
D/C sums up a feeling of indifference when you just don't care about a situation's outcome, someone's future, etc. For example, if you are feeling bummed out, you might reply with "I D/C anymore" when warned about showing up late for work.
People most often use D/C when texting or messaging online. However, they may also use it on social media or in emails.
While people typically use it when they are sad or lethargic, they may also use it when they are flexible and don't care strongly enough one way or another. For example, if you like all sorts of food, you might reply with "D/C. Maybe something cheap" when asked what you want for dinner.
Do you wanna meet at my place or your place tonight?
D/c, w/e u prefer.
|IDC||I don't care|
|DKDC||Don't know, don't care|
|ICCL||I couldn't care less|
|FICCL||Frankly, I couldn't care less|
|AIIC||As if I care|
|IDK||I don't know|
A quick way to tell someone you were disconnected; may apply to a phone call, an online game, or an online chat session.