UCAP

What Does UCAP Mean?

UCAP means "Up close and personal." UCAP can have several connotations.
  • Intimate

  • "They were getting very UCAP."

  • Revealing or Very Close

  • "The interviewer extracted a lot of detail about her private life. He managed to get UCAP."

  • Aggressive

  • "Believe me, sunshine. You don't want me to get UCAP with you."
Of note, "Up close and personal" was also a 1996 box-office hit. It was a romantic drama starring Robert Redford and Michelle Pfeiffer.

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When I write UCAP, I mean this: meaning of UCAP UCAP means up close and personal.

Summary of Key Points

"Up Close and Personal" is the most common definition for UCAP on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
UCAP
Definition:Up Close and Personal
Type:Abbreviation
Guessability:
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

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Examples of UCAP in Sentences

Here are examples of UCAP being used in conversations:
  • Tony: I would love to get UCAP with you.
  • Jordan: I thought you'd never ask.
  • (Here, UCAP means intimate.)
  • Tony: I told him that until he’d been UCAP with poverty, he didn’t know what he was talking about.
  • Jordan: Well done for pointing that out.
  • (Here, UCAP means very close.)
  • Tony: You keep looking at me like that, mate, and I'll get very UCAP with you.
  • Jordan: I'm sorry. I've got a glass eye.
  • (Here, UCAP means aggressive.)

An Academic Look at UCAP

UCAP is an acronym (i.e., an abbreviation spoken like a word). Acronyms differ from initialism abbreviations, which are pronounced using their individual letters.

Of interest, UCAP is often seen on dating sites. Dating sites are full of specialist abbreviations, which have their roots in a time when personal ads featured in local newspapers and users were charged by the word. (A term like UCAP would cost the user the fee for one word as opposed to four.)

Example of UCAP Used in a Text

UCAP

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