[awf-lahyn, of-] /ˈɔfˈlaɪn, ˈɒf-/
Computers. operating independently of, or disconnected from, an associated computer.
Radio. (of a network) not supplying affiliated stations with programming but allowing each station to program its own shows, usually within a specific format.
Television. of or relating to the preliminary planning and editing of a videotaped program.
located in or serving a place not on a regular route of a railroad, bus, or air carrier:
an offline ticket office.
in or to a more private place:
We should take this discussion offline.
of, relating to, or concerned with a part of a computer system not connected to the central processing unit but controlled by a computer storage device See online
disconnected from a computer; switched off
extra to or not involving a continuous sequence of operations, such as a production line
(radio, television) (of processes, such as editing) not carried out on the actual transmission medium
while not connected to a computer or the internet
[lahyn] /laɪn/ noun 1. a mark or stroke long in proportion to its breadth, made with a pen, pencil, tool, etc., on a surface: a line down the middle of the page. 2. Mathematics. a continuous extent of length, straight or curved, without breadth or thickness; the trace of a moving point. 3. something arranged […]
- Off-line world
jargon A die-hard nethead term for non-computer-related experience. See also big room. [“Internet”, Feb 1996]. (1996-03-04)
[awf-lohd, of-] /ˈɔfˌloʊd, ˈɒf-/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to unload. 2. to transfer (data) from a computer or other digital device to another digital device: Fill the camera’s memory card, then offload your photos to your PC.
[awf-lohd, of-] /ˈɔfˌloʊd, ˈɒf-/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to unload. 2. to transfer (data) from a computer or other digital device to another digital device: Fill the camera’s memory card, then offload your photos to your PC. verb 1. (transitive) to get rid of (something unpleasant or burdensome), as by delegation to […]