What Does SEZ Mean in a Text?

SEZ is a slang word which means "Says" or "Said." It is also an abbreviation used in business circles to mean "Special Economic Zone."

Here is more information about each of these definitions with examples.

Says or Said

SEZ is widely used in the English-speaking world as a slang word for both "says" and "said" (i.e., the verb "to say" in both the present and past tense). For example:
  • A jump lead walks into a bar. The bartender SEZ "I'll serve you, but don't start anything."
  • (Here, SEZ is in the present tense and means "says.")
  • A non-renewable natural resource walked in to a bar. The bartender SEZ "I can't serve you, you're wasted!"
  • (Here, SEZ is in the past tense and means "said.")

Special Economic Zone

In business, SEZ is an abbreviation that means "Special Economic Zone." A SEZ is an area in a country that is subject to different economic regulations than others in the same country.

Companies within a SEZ are usually subject to special regulations concerning investment, taxation, trade, quotas, customs, and labor. Operating in a SEZ is meant to help companies be competitive. In some countries the system has been criticized for the abuse of workers and the denial of basic labor rights.

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meaning of SEZ

SEZ also means "Special Economic Zone."

Summary of Key Points

First Definition of SEZ

"Says" or "Said" is the most common definition for SEZ on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
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