I think this endemic 'design fault' needs to be investigated and the majority of vehicles called in for inspection, although I'm pleased to say that mine seems to work fine.
What does S2W stand for?
S2W stands for Seems to Work
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
We have 1 other meaning of S2W in our Acronym Attic
- Source to Settle
- Student 2 Student (Washington)
- Surfaced Two Sides (lumber)
- Swim to Survive (Canada)
- System-to-System (gaming protocol)
- Surfaced Two Sides and Center Matched (lumber)
- Surfaced Two Sides, One Edge (lumber industry)
- Strategy to Task
- Security Standards Transition Team
- Same to You
- Heart Sounds
- Operations & Training Officer
- Safety and Suitability for Service (NATO munitions)
- Scream Trilogy (movies)
- Secondary 3 (various locations)
- Secure Software Systems
- Selection for Societal Sanity (Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty game)
- Self-Sustaining Systems (workshop)
- Signals, Sensors and Systems (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)
- Silicon and Software Systems
Samples in periodicals archive:
The only treatment that seems to work is liposuction - a drastic and expensive op which sucks the fat cells out from under your skin.
But nothing seems to work out, until at last Blob learns that he really was and is needed in his old job after all.
Seriously, though, it seems to work as Graeme and my wife Liz were runners-up in the Scottish Mixed Pairs in 2003
Yet one class of opiate (nalbuphine [Nubain] and butorphanol [Stadol]) that binds to certain brain receptors seems to work best in women.
The promise of a speedy trial seems to work differently if you want a true shot at justice.
Format Painter is a very handy tool for copying a format style from one place to another, but it seems to work with only one section at a time.
I researched a LOT of e-book publishers before launching this e-book company, and what seems to work best for copy is what usually works best in direct mail--a long letter, some testimonials, a visual, and something about who's offering it.