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The slang word / acronym / abbreviation LDA

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What is LDA?

LDA is "Long Distance Affair"
 

LDA Definition / LDA Means

The definition of LDA is "Long Distance Affair"
 

The Meaning of LDA

LDA means "Long Distance Affair"
 
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Other terms relating to 'long':
5EVER Because Forever Isn't Long Enough
Longer Than 4ever
ADL All Day Long
BABYSITTING Holding the weed too long
ILYLT I Love You Long Time
LBC Long Beach, California
LDH Long Distance Hug
LDL Long Distance Lover
LDR Long Distance Relationship
LLAP Live Long and Prosper
LP Long Play (record)
LTNC Long Time No Chat
LTNS Long Time No See
LTNT Long Time No Talk
LTR Long term relationship
LYLT Love You Long Time
MLTR Multiple Long Term Relationships
NLA No Longer Available
OLDFAG Long established member of an online community
SLFN So Long For Now
TLDNR Too Long; Did Not Read
TLDR Too Long; Didn't Read
TLDW Too Long; Didn't Watch
TLTR Too Long To Read
WULLNP Wishing You Long Life And Prosperity
~ Denotes Sarcasm
Put At The End Of A Word To Make It Longer
Other terms relating to 'distance':
LDH Long Distance Hug
LDL Long Distance Lover
LDR Long Distance Relationship
LRF Low Resolution Fox, attractive at a distance

 

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