Also, after a while. After a period of time, usually a moderately short time. For example, Go ahead, I’ll be along in a while, or After a while we turned off the television and went for a walk. [ c. 1300 ]
- In a zone
adjective phrase Daydreaming, esp from narcotics; spaced-out [1970s+; said to be fr ozone, implying very high up in the sky or toward outer space]
- In bad faith
With the intention of deceiving someone or doing harm, as in I’m sure they were acting in bad faith and never planned to pay us. This expression was first recorded in 1631. The antonym, in good faith, meaning “sincerely and honestly,” as in I signed that contract in good faith, dates from about 1350.
- In-band signaling
- In-band signalling
communications (Or CAS, channel associated signaling) Transmission of control signals in the same channel as data. This is commonly used in the Public Switched Telephone Network where the same pair of wires carry both voice and control signals (e.g. dialling, ringing). Another example is the use on a computer serial line of Control-S and Control-Q […]