Be that as it may
When someone uses the slang term BTAIM, they’re basically saying “regardless,” “nevertheless,” or “yes, that’s true, but …” It’s like brushing aside the facts or opinions you just shared.
BTAIM is often used by someone who strongly believes in their plan or idea. They’re pretty sure they’re right, and it’s unlikely you can convince them otherwise.
So, if a person sends you BTAIM, they’re not really interested in hearing your counter-arguments. It’s probably best to let them go ahead with their idea instead of trying to make them see things from your perspective.
Using BTAIM can be a polite way of saying, “I hear you, but I’m still going to do it my way.” It’s a convenient term to use when you don’t want to spend time debating something.
Example for using ‘BTAIM’ in a conversation
Hey, I don’t think we should go to the beach today. The weather forecast says it’s going to rain.
BTAIM, I think we should still go. It might clear up later.
But what if it doesn’t? We’ll end up getting wet and cold.
I get your point, but BTAIM, I still think it’s worth a shot. Let’s check the weather again later and decide then.
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