Definition & Meaning of "AITR"

What does aitr mean? View the definition of aitr and all related slang terms containing aitr below:

aitr :
Adult in the room

Usage of AITR

The abbreviation "AITR" means "Adult in the room," which refers to a situation where an adult or someone with authority needs to step in and take control of a situation. This could be in a professional setting, such as a meeting or conference, or in a more informal setting, like a party or gathering where things may be getting out of hand. In these situations, the "adult in the room" is typically seen as the one who can help restore order and make sure things don't go too far.

Examples of AITR used in texting:

1. Person A: "Hey, did you hear about the argument at the office meeting yesterday?"
Person B: "No, what happened?"
Person A: "Apparently, things got really heated and people were yelling. It wasn't until the CEO came in that everyone calmed down. #AITR"

2. Person A: "I can't believe what's happening at this party. People are getting way too drunk and rowdy."
Person B: "Yeah, we need an #AITR to come in and take control of this situation."

3. Person A: "Have you been watching the news lately? It seems like everything is falling apart."
Person B: "I know, it's definitely time for some #AITR to step up and start making some changes."

Slang Terms & Acronyms containing "aitr"

aitr :
Adult in the room

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