GTG

GTG has 2 meanings
1. What does GTG stand for?

Got to go

GTG is a texting and chatting acronym that means "got to go." People typically use it when abruptly leaving a conversation.

The acronym is handy for people who need to announce their departure when they have to leave quickly, whether the person is pressed for time or exhausted. In addition, GTG serves as a way to avoid long, drawn-out goodbyes. GTG may also appear as G2G.

Example

Sorry, gtg. I have a lot of h/w I need 2 get done 4 2morrow.

GTG means got to go

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Updated December 7, 2022
2. What does GTG stand for?

Good to go

Someone who is GTG is "good to go." This acronym means roughly the same thing as "ready; let's do it."

You're most likely to encounter GTG in gaming chat, when players are announcing they're ready to set out on a quest or fight a boss. You may also see GTG used as a question ("GTG?"), asking whether a person or group is ready to go.

Example

As soon as you're finished, we're GTG.

A woman who is GTG

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