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OTS

noun
 
 
GOVERNMENT abbreviation for Office of Thrift Supervision: The OTS supervises a national thrift industry that is built on the American dream of homeownership.
[C] MARKETING abbreviation for opportunity to see: a measure of the number of chances that a customer who may be interested in a particular product will have to see an advertisement for it during a particular period: If we advertise for a week on TV we'd expect a minimum OTS of 2, whereas a press campaign should score at least 5.
(Definition of OTS from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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