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What Does RTS Mean?RTS means "Real Time Strategy" (Gaming Term) and "Real Time Sex."
Real-Time StrategyThe abbreviation RTS is most commonly used in online gaming, where it means "Real-Time Strategy." In this context, RTS are (usually military) games that take place in real time and require players to direct their characters in combat against other players or NPCs (Non-Player Characters) controlled by the game.
Real-Time SexRTS is also used in adult chat forums and personal ads, with the meaning "Real Time Sex." In this context, RTS indicates that a participant is interested in meeting another participant in person for a physical relationship (as opposed to continuing to chat online or through messaging).
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First Definition for RTSRTS means "Real Time Strategy." This is the most common meaning for RTS on gaming apps, such as Discord and TeamSpeak, as well as on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
|Definition:||Real Time Strategy|
Adults and Teenagers
"Real Time Sex" is the most common meaning for RTS on online dating sites and in adult chat forums.
|Definition:||Real Time Sex|
2: Quite easy to guess
Adults and Teenagers
Examples of RTS in SentencesHere are examples of RTS being used in conversations:
- Ian: What sort of games do you like?
- Sarah: RTS are my favorite. Especially Blades of The Shogun. (Here RTS means "Real-Time Strategy.")
- Ollie: You sound gorgeous. How do you fancy meeting up for RTS?
- Jenny: Whenever you like, big boy. (Here RTS means "Real-Time Sex.")
Example of RTS Used in a Text
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