CYA


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CYA

abbr. Vulgar Slang
cover your ass

CYA

abbreviation for
1. (Telecommunications) text messaging see you: used as a farewell in text messages, emails, etc
2. (Commerce) cover your ass, used in business to refer to protective policies and practices
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CYA

Slang: Sometimes Vulgar. cover your ass.
Translations

CYA

abbr (=see you) (in text messaging)à +
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