Definition of Off-line

1. Adjective. Not on a regular route of a transportation system. "An off-line ticket office"

Category relationships: Shipping, Transport, Transportation
Antonyms: On-line



2. Adjective. Not connected to a computer network. "Off-line resources"
Category relationships: Computer Science, Computing
Antonyms: On-line

Definition of Off-line

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of offline) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Off-line

off-flow
off-gas
off-gases
off-guard
off-guard(a)
off-hand
off-handed
off-hour
off-key
off-kilter
off-label
off-label use
off-licence
off-licences
off-limits
off-line (current term)
off-line equipment
off-line operation
off-load
off-loaded
off-loading
off-loads
off-message
off-minded
off-model
off-off-Broadway
off-off-off Broadway
off-peak
off-piste
off-pister

Literary usage of Off-line

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1. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages by Benjamin Vincent, Joseph Haydn (1906)
"24 Dec. ,, Near Pestii : train ran off line ; 21 killed, 3 Oct „ Near Shrewsbury (Great Western and London & NW Junction) : axle of engine broke ; carriages ..."

2. History of the First Division During the World War, 1917-1919 by Society of the First division, A.E.F. (1922)
"The jumping-off line in the attached sketch is a line 200 meters in front of which the ... The leading battalions will not form up on this jumping-off line, ..."

3. Manufacturing Systems: Foundations of World-Class Practice by Joseph A. Heim, National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Sciences (1992)
"Done off-line, with transition to full production requiring 3 to 9 months 2 ... By industrial engineers, off-line 1. Quality control charts designed by QC 2 ..."

4. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1909)
"The New Cut-Off Line of the Lackawanna Railroad. FL Wheaton. ... Map and description of a new cut-off line from Franklin to Clearfield, in the bituminous ..."

5. Land Drainage: A Treatise on the Design and Construction of Open and Closed by John Luther Parsons (1915)
"On the contrary, the cut-off line furnishes direct drainage and outlets to the lands adjacent to it, and the saving in first cost may be considerable. ..."

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