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I would like to know what TT abbreviation/acronym stands for and what it means. It is related to meeting rooms/business area. I could not find an answer on google search, related to this domain. A synonym for meeting room is "Tagungsraum", but can't figure out the double T.

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    That's no generally used or understood abbreviation and may be particular to the social / company context you encountered it in. As such it could even be a "denglish" term to sound 'cool' like "training and talk" or whatever. May 16 at 6:43
  • Or, even "cooler": "Talk UND Training". So gehört im ICE: "...und nach dem Morning-Meeting, da haben wir die Local Markets gepollt und dann die Data in unsere Spreadsheets eingegeben...". At this point habe ich the World nicht mehr understandet.
    – bakunin
    May 16 at 8:34
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    Indeed, TT could refer to anything from "Tagungstermin" to "Tischtennis", depending on the context. TT is not a common abbreviation when it comes to meetings. Maybe with an example of usage we might be able to help
    – npst
    May 16 at 11:24
  • Thank you all for your replies. Indeed "Talk and Training" seems to be the answer, since some other rooms are defined by the activities that happen there.
    – User552853
    May 16 at 11:47
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    How formal was the context in which you saw it? Are you sure it isn't just a crying emoji? May 16 at 21:16

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"TT" is no generally used or understood abbreviation and may be particular to the social / company context you encountered it in.

As such it could even be a "denglish" term to sound 'cool' like "training and talk", "Talk UND Training" (thx bakunin) or whatever could be abbreviated as TT with some phantasy.

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I never heard that abbreviation before.

According to acronym finder TT could simply mean Talk To, which would make the question out of topic for German SE, since no German is involved.

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  • I'm not exactly impressed that an English acronym list does not contain German ones... May 16 at 16:10

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