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    Default have some r&r today

    when I texted my American friends that I've got a terrible cold, she text back as following "I hope you had some r&r today."

    what does that r&r mean? is it relax?

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    Default Re: have some r&r today

    Rest and relaxation.

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    Default Re: have some r&r today

    Got it! Thantks very much.

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    Default Re: have some r&r today

    Quote Originally Posted by lynma View Post
    When I texted my American friends friend that I've got a terrible cold, she texted back as the following "I hope you had some r&r today."

    What does that "r&r" mean? is it Does it mean "relax"?
    Please remember to use appropriate capitalisation in all your posts. See my amendments to your post above.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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