|TCFN||Take care for now|
|TTFN||Ta-ta for now|
|AWL||Always with love|
|TCCIC||Take care 'cause I care|
|TCWB||Take care, write back|
|TLC||Tender love and care|
|BTCHF||Bye, take care, have fun|
|LYA||Love you always|
A defensive statistic used in baseball that refers to a player's total number of defensive chances; made up of a player's putouts, assists, and errors.
|DER||Defensive Efficiency Rating|
People typically use "TC" when texting or messaging online about the coolness of something, like a new computer or how a friend got an "A" on their test. It is not to be confused as "Take Care."
TC is one of those messaging acronyms that are obscure and used mainly by texting fanatics. These users find it helpful to save time and character space in a message.
Most people use it as a one-word response to something they find neat, but others may include it as part of a sentence. If you use it as a one-word response, remember that the recipient might read it as "take care" and think you are ending the conversation.
TC is an acronym for "take care" that is used when texting or chatting in a chat room. It is another way of saying goodbye to someone but in a kinder way.
The acronym is commonly used when parting ways with a friend or love interest since it shows more affection. It is similar to the TCOY, TCWB, and TCFN.