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Video: What Does "ews" Mean On Twitter And Co.?
2023 Author: Sheila Hailey | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 04:29
"Ews" is an abbreviation for "really really like that".
Unlike many other abbreviations, for example "lol", "ftw" or "TIL", "ews" does not originate in the English language, but in German. You will find the abbreviation as an appendix or introduction to longer articles. However, it is often isolated and posted as a single message. In addition, the expression is often found in the combination "halt ews". With the message, the sender wants to confirm a message or give consent to a statement. You can find examples of the use of "ews" on Twitter:
Overview of other meanings of "EWS"
In addition, the abbreviation can have other meanings, but one seldom reads on social media:
- European monetary system
- European Science Foundation
- Electronically controlled dialing system
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