No doubt we usually utilize one or two abbreviations which we probably did not have any knowledge of their full meaning on daily basis.
Many of us also make use of some of these acronyms that we do not know their meaning.
But in this article, i’ll be giving an exposition on the full meaning of some of these regularly used abbreviations and short forms that we often use in our daily conversation.
1. WIFI: The full form is simply known as “Wireless fidelity”
Wifi is an advanced inbuilt tool of technology which is utilized to connect two or more devices/gadgets together without the use of wires.
For instance; to connect two different handsets together with the help of a WiFi. We can also easily connect our computer to a mobile phone or an internet provider with the use of a WiFi.
This WiFi is simply the advanced or upgraded version of the Bluetooth.
2.ATM : the full meaning is “Automated teller machine”
This gadget is usually accessible via an ATM card and this machine is used in processing monetary transactions.
3.POS : This common machine is often used everyday. And it simply means “Point of sale”.
It is a small tool that is used in processing debits and credits transactions with the use of an ATM card. The POS machine is designed with a small screen where transactions are monitored.
4.DATE: i am one hundred percent sure that most of us aren’t aware that DATE is an acronym which means “Day and time Evolution”.
5. NEWSPAPER : i can bet that high rate of us don’t know that the word “newspaper” is an abbreviation for “North, East, West, South Past and Present News”
6.Google : one of the most common searvh engines is “Global Organization of Oriented Group Language of Earth”
7.POLICE : This simply means ” Public officer for legal investigation and criminal Emergency ”
8.Sim card: Subscriber Identification Module
9.BYE : This word that we use on a daily basis is the abbreviated form of ” Be with you Everytime”
10. A. M : The full meaning is “Ante Meridiem”. The AM is used to describe the early hours of a day.
11.P.M : “Post Meridiem”. This is used to describe the late hours of the day