Definition of offline
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Other terms relating to ' computer slang':
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "okay".
Definitions include: not ready for widespread use, viewing, distribution, consumption, etc.
Definitions include: "baby".
Definitions include: spelling variant of " hacker".
Definitions include: a member of the computer subculture which trades in illegal copies of copyrighted software.
Definitions include: the totality of all blogs.
Definitions include: a test of a new, repaired, or modified piece of electronic equipment whereby power is turned on, and people nearby look for smoke.
Definitions include: a bug that makes hardware or software unusable.
Definitions include: to surf the World Wide Web looking for references to one's name, via search engines.
Definitions include: "computer".
Definitions include: acronym for "I am not a lawyer."
Definitions include: of software, poorly built due to the accumulation of code written over a long period of time.
Definitions include: a set of information services available to subscribers only.
Definitions include: "Internet BF", i.e. "Internet Boyfriend".
Definitions include: Used frequently in online gaming.
Other terms relating to ' not present, away':
Definitions include: to be absent from school without permission.
Definitions include: acronym of "away from keyboard."
Definitions include: acronym of "absent without leave."
Definitions include: This definition is questionable and is pending deletion.
Definitions include: Skipping school, missing classes, taking as extended lunch, skipping out of work for the day/afternoon just to have fun. Slang terms with the same root words
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