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- n. The practice of talking using numbers, or using short phonetic spellings for you, are, you are, you're, etc. as a shorthand to avoid extra keystrokes or characters. Examples include:
From AOL, often regarded as having a high proportion of barely literate Internet users, and ebonics. (Wiktionary)
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