[ UK /ˈɒnla‍ɪn/ ]
[ US /ˈɔnˌɫaɪn/ ]
  1. connected to a computer network or accessible by computer
    an on-line database
  2. on a regular route of a railroad or bus or airline system
    on-line industries
  3. being in progress now
    on-line editorial projects
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How To Use online In A Sentence

  • People in no way adhere to regular social conventions online. Times, Sunday Times
  • BigshoeBazaar is an online cash and carry wholesaler for hundreds of small shoe stores across the country and is using a single 25,000 square feet warehouse, which will be enhanced to 100,000 square feet in a few months, to service shoe stores as far away as Dimapur in Nagaland and Katihar in Bihar. 'Hyper Growth' Returns To India's E-Commerce Sector
  • Remember that you can place a pre-order for the screen now at our online store.
  • Crucial is currently quoting as below, with a ten per cent discount for orders taken online.
  • But what of the emails, text messages and other private communications between government officials which aren't published online -- will Twitter and Facebook help "democratize" that information as well? Is Social Media Helping or Hurting California Politics?
  • Almost all of them were familiar with some online catalogue.
  • Panathinaikos-Rubin Kazan 2: 45 p.m. DirecTV (485) * Seven matches available live online at foxsoccer. tv Soccer on TV, Wednesday edition
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  • Offensive junk mail, in particular that of an adult nature has become increasingly an issue to all of us onliners and site owners alike.
  • Tracking sports 'online cacophony is tricky enough when just focusing on league websites. NBC's Michaels making Olympic Games comeback
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