Definition of offline
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Other terms relating to ' computer slang':
Definitions include: acronym for "right now".
Definitions include: any email that is unpleasant in tone or content.
Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: the act of telling a person or group everything one knows about a particular topic.
Definitions include: "your".
Definitions include: acronym for "Estimated Time of Arrival."
Definitions include: activism via hacking.
Definitions include: a hypothetical disease that causes programs to run more poorly over time and causes documents to become corrupted.
Definitions include: a set of information services available to subscribers only.
Definitions include: as bad as possible.
Definitions include: a "rule" of the internet stating that for any conceivable thing or situation, pornography has been created that depicts it.
Definitions include: For information about the origin of the term, see the term's article on Wikipedia.
Definitions include: to accidentally press a button or key adjacent to the desired one, e.g. while typing on a keyboard or entering a phone number.
Definitions include: acronym for "problem exists between chair and keyboard".
Definitions include: acronym for "What are you doing?"
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."
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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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