off-line

[ US /ˈɔˌfɫaɪn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not connected to a computer network
    off-line resources
  2. not on a regular route of a transportation system
    an off-line ticket office
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How To Use off-line In A Sentence

  • Before he even touches the keyboard, I'll take the computer off-line and out of our intranet. DEVIL'S CLAW
  • Too many pushups, for instance, can overdevelop the chest muscles and force your swing off-line.
  • The methods are secure against off-line dictionary attack and incorporate an otherwise unauthenticated public key distribution system.
  • Leading UK finishing equipment supplier, Total PFS, is introducing a new digital creaser to the UK market which it claims will provide print finishers with the most cost-effective option for high-quality off-line digital creasing available in the market. Packaging and Converting Essentials
  • Can you imagine if email from Microsoft, AOL, Gmail, Yahoo, AT&T, earthlink went off-line this way? Another Planned NOMAD Blackout - Cancelled - NASA Watch
  • Also many email client applications support an off-line mode where users can compose many email messages that are sent later when a connection to the SMTP server is established.
  • Just as in the off-line world, online there is also an expectation of socially acceptable behavior and common courtesy.
  • an off-line ticket office
  • The statistical pattern recognition approach for on-line transient stability assessment of power system had met with many problems such as large off-line computation and recognition accuration, etc.
  • Adequate on-line and off-line information is essential for apposite decision-making.
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