Abbreviation for "On the Rag"
She is OTR permanently.
by Andy July 22, 2003
"On the real"

An attempt to segue from a state of joyous ROFL to one a bit more serious, with a hint of IRL connotation
"...LOLZ, george washington was the man...

but OTR, what are we doing for New Year's?"
by yahweh3771t3 December 30, 2008
Off The Radar. When some-one turns off their mobile, laptop etc. To ensure that they are not contacted.
Person 1 " I couldn't get hold of you on your mobile at the weekend"

Person 2 " Yea I know, I didn't want my ex to call. So I went OTR."
by Mini Ritz January 21, 2011
a brand of german markers designed for writing grattiti with broad tips and super permanent ink

abbreviation for "on the run"
man my new OTR flows like your moms period
by ca11_to_arms October 11, 2006
On The Rocks. Where all the summer thotties are taken on Cape Cod to be capitalized on.
A: Do you want to just chill at the frat today?
B: Yeah that sounds good but we need plans for the night.
A: Okay let's just go to the thot spot and pick up some bimbos to bring OTR

B: Damn straight bruh
by dmh9917 July 09, 2014
Shorthand for "On The Reg". Something that happens on a regular basis.
I used to mbate OTR now I just do it on special occasions.
by ksmattp June 03, 2011
Over Thecounter Robot. When someone starts a chat with you and it says, "Encrypted OTR chat initiated." It doesn't really mean "off the record." It means "Over Thecounter Robot," because Gregor the Xtreme is now encrypting the chat for you with his great power and abilities to confound others. He has the ability to speak Navaho Indian. And he thus translates your chat to Navaho-ese. It goes something like this. You say, "hi, how are you?" Gregor translates that to "Hi-o, how-o are-o you-o?" and thus confuses and Russians listening in.
Dude, is your connection OTR? We don't want the Russians hearing what we say.
by spudart July 17, 2009

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