Let me ask a question. I found a sentence using RTO.
What does "Get RTO at somewhere" mean?
In the dictionary, RTO means "recovery time objective.
Does RTO include other meanings?
I hope you will tell me as soon as possible.
Welcome to the forums, extraordinary.
As a newbie, you may not be aware that the question 5jj posed in blue is actually a link you need to click on to find a list of 28 possible alternatives.
As you see, we need more context to answer your question.
"Get RTO at somewhere", regardless of what "RTO" stands for, is incorrect. We don't say "at somewhere". It would just be "Get RTO somewhere".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Thank you for your advice.
Thank your for your advice.
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