This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other meanings of BTT
We have 72 other definitions for BTT
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Most accidents are as a result of impatience, not being prepared to wait and trying to beat the train.
Byline: -- Daily News BORON -- A 15-year-old Bakersfield girl was hit by a freight train and killed Tuesday night when she and five friends ran across the tracks trying to beat the train, Kern County authorities said Wednesday.
And on one stretch of the route, between Golspie and Tain, a group of cyclists once beat the train by 11 minutes.
Alex, who took-up long-distance racing in Hong Kong where he lived for 12 years, said: 'I am looking forward to the new challenge - if I beat the train it will be one of my biggest achievements.
Many competitors return regularly to try and better their performance, or just beat the train, while others have run nearly every year since the races started.
A police source said: "These racers check the Eurostar timetable and try to beat the train on the run from the edge of London to the Tunnel.
After six miles on the flat, the rest of the race is uphill and with a time of 1 hr 45 min required to beat the train, it proved too great a task on a hot day.
Our time of eight-and-a- half hours beat the train by half-an-hour.