One of the acronyms spawned by the Internet is IANAL, which stands for “I am not a lawyer.”
Elections make sense; central-bank announcements replete with jargon, arcane policies, and acronyms do not stir souls.
The men had all sorts of lingo and acronyms that they used to review the services of the women they procured erotic services from.
The Liberian civil conflict was a bewildering alphabet soup of acronyms, each a rebel group led by a warlord.
Hidden behind a jungle of acronyms, an unprecedented system of international finance evolves relentlessly.
It is not easy to find a path in the jungle of acronyms, which sprouted in the wake of the formation of the IMF.
The use of abbreviations, acronyms, and foreign terms has been held to a minimum.
A word formed by combining the beginning letters of a name or phrase, as in WASP for white Anglo-Saxon Protestant, or by combining the initial syllables of a series of words, as in radar, which stands for radio detecting and ranging.
Note: Acronyms are often less clumsy than the complete expressions they represent and are easier to write and remember.