If you are new to chatting or new to the world of the Internet, then you might encounter situations where your friends or Internet friends use Internet slang which you might not understand. If that is the case, check out ChatSlang.
Just enter the Internet Slang word using ChatSlang and immediately find the true meaning of the word.
For example, if a user says to you “TGIF” or “ROFL” then just enter these words into the ChatSlang text box and click on the “Translate” button to translate these words. The translation will be shown below, with its meaning; TGIF (thank goodness it’s Friday) and ROFL (rolling on the floor laughing).
The website not only allows users to translate acronyms but also gives them the option to translate common used Internet emoticons such as “XD”.
- Simple and easy to use.
- Great for people who do not use the Internet regularly.
- Chat slang, acronyms, emoticons – pretty much everything.
- Similar tools: SoSlang, UrbanDictionary and NoSlang.
- Also read related article: 10 Online Slang Dictionaries To Learn Jargon & Street Language.
Check out Chat Slang @ www.chatslang.com