Taken care of
DW, I have TCO the situation.
|TBR||To be resolved|
|TCFN||Take care for now|
|TCCIC||Take care 'cause I care|
|ICO||In care of|
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TCO stands for "taken care of," which is primarily used when talking about how something has been dealt with or resolved. It is most often seen online and in text messages.
The acronym is mainly sent by slang-savvy people when characters are limited or when they are short on time. Since it is a rare acronym you should be careful about when you use it because it will most likely confuse the recipient.
Some instances when it is used include completing chores on your task list or confronting a co-worker about something he is doing incorrectly. It may also be used by gangsters taking care of enemies with taunts, threats, and the occasional spray of bullets.