online vs on-line

online on-line


  • 1) Available over the Internet.
  • 2) Describes a system that is active, particularly building facilities (such as power) or a factory or power plant.
  • 3) connected to the Internet
  • 4) Available on a computer system, even if not networked.
  • 5) Describes a system which is connected (generally electrically) to a larger network.
  • 6) Accessible via a computer or computer network.
  • 7) Conducted or facilitated by means of a computer network.
  • 8) In production or operation, often as part of a supply chain.
  • 9) Connected to a central computer or to a computer network.
  • 10) colloq. being in progress now; ongoing.
  • 11) (Computers) connected by a communications line to a computer. Opposite of off-line.
  • 12) being in progress now
  • 13) on a regular route of a railroad or bus or airline system
  • 14) connected to a computer network or accessible by computer
  • 15) Describes actions performed over the Internet.


  • 1) Now most clients book me directly online.
  • 2) Yet researchers generally agree that people write things online they would not dream of saying in the real world.
  • 3) The shoes are available only online, so there is no wholesale margin for retailers.
  • 4) She posted a close-up snap of her huge engagement ring online just days before the stunning heist.
  • 5) Many planning applications are available online - simply search a postcode or road name.
  • 6) It also elicited some indignant emails from people who couldn't find their way around the online entry.
  • 7) The booking form is also available online.
  • 8) You can do this by shopping around online and finding the range of prices and deals available.
  • 9) The idea was that people would go online or phone a call centre.
  • 10) You can watch it online to this day.
  • 11) You can also race online against up to four human players.
  • 12) It lends to individuals and small businesses online or directly rather than through a branch network.
  • 13) Just go online to request your copy.
  • 14) You can also find a nice online gallery of his artwork to skim through.
  • 15) Some things should be available instantly online and others monthly or annually.
  • 16) The last thing you want is an angry ex roaming around online spitting venom about you.
  • 17) Such information could be used to target people with online adverts based on their tastes.
  • 18) They are fed up of signing an item then seeing it for sale online the following day.
  • 19) You can also apply online once you have your eighth token.
  • 20) Call us or go online and see how you can avoid large repair bills today.
  • 21) We texted daily and chatted online.
  • 22) We chat online but my girlfriend doesn't realise how much.
  • 23) If you have a particular favourite region already, go online and find others from that area.
  • 24) It's not available online (though it can be ordered online_, and it's in Spanish, but it warrants mention.
  • 25) Pickett says that some ten percent of video views are now seen on mobile devices -- and the move to connected TV's is making the term "online video" less germane as videos appear on multiple platforms.
  • 26) For purposes of this argument, I'm using the term "online economy" fairly broadly, to cover all types of computing that invokes services from someone else' servers, including cloud computing, e-commerce, Internet computing, and social networking.
  • 27) Join the Lead Without a Title online movement
  • 28) Keeping abreast of developments online is key in online marketing, news, shifts in online culture and understanding how to read basic web analytics.
  • 29) LUI: Steinunn is succeeding by promoting her label online and showing her clothes in Paris, Copenhagen, and New York, but she is staying true to her understated Nordic style.
  • 30) Advertisers want to occupy the places people are, and with volume comes the problem of free-riding, which online translates as low CPMs.
  • 31) Letters from current members have more sway, so if you know people who are members you could tell them about this -- they can request the title online by clicking to CONTACT US link at the bottom of the home page and going to title request.
  • 32) While I'm quite sure I used the term online before that post, I don't care that much about priority to bother to search it out.
  • 33) Claiming a name online today is growing harder and harder as available URL's keep disappearing.
  • 34) ‘Also available is an online shopping service that lists recommended foods based on a person's medical history.’
  • 35) ‘The free online service is available on the Joburg City website, under e-services.’
  • 36) ‘They also say they are more interested in the Internet for online entertainment than other users, according to the study.’
  • 37) ‘You can find more information about online education on the internet.’
  • 38) ‘Godfrey has also sued several other Internet service providers and online publications.’
  • 39) ‘Once inside, the controls came online as he flicked on a few switches.’
  • 40) ‘Moments later the flight control system came online, my HUD flickering into life.’
  • 41) ‘Security controls had been back online as well as the little traps they planted through the space station.’
  • 42) ‘Mobile users will be able to make video calls, download pictures online or access the Internet at faster speeds via 3G technology.’
  • 43) ‘White goods are becoming increasingly popular to buy online, with internet sales now accounting for 6.6% of the market.’
  • 44) ‘Exams and unit tests could be taken online over the internet.’
  • 45) ‘But those of us who shop online know the internet puts an end to a lot of the frustration of shopping in the high street.’
  • 46) ‘Smartads is dedicated to helping you expose your business online and offline.’
  • 47) ‘The horrific nature of many of the war-related images that have appeared online have left Internet users with a range of feelings.’
  • 48) ‘Key risks in doing business online were identified as damage to reputations, fraud and intellectual property losses.’
  • 49) ‘Toefel compared buying art over the Internet to buying clothes online.’
  • 50) ‘In the campaign, police used the Internet, searching online for the fugitives.’
  • 51) ‘About 13m people bank online and internet fraud cost the banking industry more than £45m in 2003.’
  • 52) ‘You should also try not to bank online over a wireless network.’
  • 53) ‘Most companies expect to be doing some business online by next year, he stated.’
  • 54) ‘If they did a better job and more people watched online, those networks would lose even more.’
  • 55) ‘Ease of use is an important characteristic when residents decide to conduct government business online.’
  • 56) ‘Imagine being able to design and order your business card online without even having to leave your office desk.’
  • 57) ‘There was also the facility to order prints online by connecting to the Internet and paying online without having to go to a photo outlet.’
  • 58) ‘We re-engineered all the forms to allow companies to conduct their regulatory business online.’
  • 59) ‘This is obviously a paid for service, but we do help ensure your business is a success online.’
  • 60) ‘Intelligence analysts and operatives surf its secrets with the ease of an Internet user shopping for books online.’
  • 61) ‘The new facility came online this month and expects to ramp up to full production by March.’
  • 62) ‘If all goes well, Munton said construction could begin as early as September, with a fully operational plant online in about a year.’
  • 63) ‘Air National Guard offices are expected to go online in July.’
  • 64) ‘Now that we have reminded them, we expect it to be online shortly.’
  • 65) ‘The legwork has been taken out of the planning procedure by a Yorkshire council which has become one of the first authorities in Britain to put the whole process online.’

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