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"btw" in British English

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btw

written abbreviation for by the way: used, for example in emails, when you are writing something that relates to the subject you are discussing, but is not the main point of the discussion: I hope you enjoyed your holiday in Florida - btw, can you recommend a good hotel?
(Definition of btw from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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BTW

uk   us   (also btw) COMMUNICATIONS
written abbreviation for by the way: used in an email, etc. to add an extra comment, piece of information, or question: I hope you enjoyed the conference in Melbourne. BTW Any suggestions for a good hotel there?
(Definition of BTW from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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